Moss's drug egg claim
13:30 07 March 2006
Kate Moss allegedly used a Faberge egg to carry cocaine, ecstasy and the date-rape drug Rohypnol around the world with her.
The supermodel used the jewel-encrusted egg - worth £65,000 - to carry a supply of drugs through customs as she moved from one modelling job to another in the '90s.
A friend of the star has claimed she took ecstasy and Rohypnol, which is medically used to treat sufferers of acute insomnia, to "come down" from coke-fuelled highs.
Kate, 32, took the egg - normally used as an ornament - on a South African trip in 1998, where she was due to meet the then-South African President Nelson Mandela.
Gavin Maselle, a former model booker and a close friend of Kate's at the time, partied with the catwalk beauty on the trip.
He told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "She produced Rohypnol and Es out of this Faberge egg.
"She took two Rohypnol pills. We then lay in her bed chatting, then she passed out.
"Kate travelled the world with that egg."
Maselle also claims Kate indulged in a massive cocaine binge with fellow supermodel Naomi Campbell on the trip.
He alleges the two beauties ordered 30 grams of the class A drug for just one night during their stay in Cape Town.
He said: "They ordered 30 grams of coke. Kate took me into the bathroom. "There was just loads of coke, lines racked up everywhere."
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