Kate Moss poses for photographers at the screening of Pitch Perfect 2 in central London.
Joel Ryan—AP
June 8, 2015 10:56 AM EDT

Stars—they’re just like us!

The supermodel Kate Moss was escorted off a flight on Sunday operated by low-cost airline EasyJet after “being disruptive,” the AP reports.

While EasyJet would not confirm Moss’ presence on the flight, it said in a statement that “police met flight EZY2232 from Bodrum to London Luton yesterday due to the behaviour of a passenger onboard.” It continued: “EasyJet does not tolerate disruptive behavior and will always report any incidents to the authorities.”

Moss was reportedly headed home after vacationing at Bodrum, a Turkish resort. Bedfordshire police said the passenger was not arrested and that no passenger complaints were made, according to the AP.

While the infamous supermodel’s alleged naughty behavior may not surprise many, the fact that she flies on a low-cost airline might.


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