Moss awaits drugs charge decision

Supermodel Kate Moss will find out in two weeks if she is to face court over her alleged drug abuse.

The UK's Crown Prosecution Service will decide if Moss, who was pictured snorting cocaine during a recording session with ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty's band Babyshambles, will be charged with possession of a Class A drug.

It will end a six-month investigation which began after the infamous photographs were published by British newspaper the Daily Mirror last September.

Former member of The Clash, Mick Jones and a close associate of Doherty's are also under investigation.

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