Moss was withdrawn from fashion ads after a drug use scandal in September 2005, which made her a target of media scrutiny due to her partying ways.
After being exonerated, she resumed modeling. She has served as the inspiration for numerous cultural representations, including a £1.5 million ($2.8 million) 18 carat gold statue created in 2008 for a British Museum display.
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The Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp libel trial has brought the 1994–1997 romance between Johnny Depp and Kate Moss back into the spotlight nearly 30 years later.
At New York’s Cafe Tabac, the two connected through renowned journalist George Wayne, and the rest is history.
Although they were adored as a pair, People magazine revealed in 2016 that the two had a fairly tumultuous relationship that included wrecked hotel rooms and fiery public arguments before their heartbreaking breakup.
They never discussed their allegedly intense arguments in public.
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Moss, who was the focus of media attention due to her excessive partying, was withdrawn from fashion ads in September 2005 after becoming embroiled in a drug use scandal.
After being exonerated, she quickly started modeling again.
She has influenced other cultural representations, such as a £1.5 million ($2.8 million) 18 carat gold statue created in 2008 for a British Museum display.