Moss drug wait
09:30 20 February 2006
Kate Moss is waiting to hear if she will face prosecution for drug-taking.
The supermodel will reportedly know within two weeks if she is to be charged following her infamous cocaine-snorting scandal.
Police who studied the snaps of the model using the Class A drug have compiled a report and sent it to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), which will make the final decision.
The 32-year-old - who lost several lucrative modelling contracts and checked into rehab after the images were published last year - has already been interviewed by detectives.
Several other people who were with Kate when the images were taken may also face prosecution.
A CPS source is quoted in Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper as saying: "We have received a report from the police and a request for a decision on Kate Moss.
"There are just a few odds and ends to sort out."
A friend of Kate's revealed: "She just wants to put this whole episode behind her."
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