Finally the case ends and Kate Moss accepts a formal apology and substantial financial damages from the Sunday Mirror for its false report
The story ends in a happy ending. Supermodel Kate Moss finally wins her libel case with London's Sunday Mirror newspaper over its report she collapsed into a cocaine-fuelled coma. The case is closed with Moss accepts a formal apology and substantial financial damages from the tabloid.
Gerald Tyrrell, Moss lawyer, told London's High Court that the newspaper admitted to have made several unfounded and defamatory allegations in the article published January 23, in which it claimed Moss had "collapsed into a drug induced coma and had to be revived after taking vast quantities of cocaine" in Barcelona in June 2001.