Doherty to write autobiography

Doherty to write autobiography

British rocker Pete Doherty is reportedly set to lay bare the details of his stormy relationship with ex-girlfriend Kate Moss in a new autobiography.

Babyshambles frontman Doherty has teamed up with author and ex-drug addict Sean Boru to write the "intensely personal biography" which will focus heavily on the 29-year-old's tumultuous relationship with the supermodel.

Boru says: "The whole premise of the book is Pete talking about Kate Moss and the sex and drugs and rock'n'roll lifestyle they shared.

"I wrote to Pete when he was in jail about my experiences when I was a drug addict and we built a relationship.

"He knows I understand where he is coming from and this is the first book that properly details his private life with Moss - which is what everyone wants to read about."

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