Kate Moss Escorted Off Flight for Allegedly Being Disruptive: “They Tried to Arrest Me!”

Kate Moss
Kate Moss was escorted off a flight at Luton Airport on June 7 for alleged "disruptive" behavior.  Mike Marsland/WireImage.com

Kate Moss had a real Bridesmaids moment on Sunday, June 7, when she was escorted off an easyJet flight at the Luton Airport in England.

The supermodel, 41, had been flying from Bodrum, Turkey, where she was celebrating pal Sadie Frost's 50th birthday, when officers were called in to take her off the plane for allegedly being "disruptive." No arrests were made. 

One passenger on the flight, who was seated nearby Moss, tells Us Weekly, "You wouldn't have known Kate Moss was on the flight. There was no shouting. At no point was she told off by crew or told to change her behavior. [I'm] surprised the police were called." 

Other passengers heard Moss complaining in the baggage claim area, "They tried to arrest me!" 

EasyJet had no comment on the incident when reached by Us Weekly. A spokesman for the Bedfordshire Police told the Daily Mail, "We were called to assist staff in escorting a passenger from a flight arriving into Luton Airport this afternoon. Officers attended and escorted the passenger from the plane. No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested."

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