LONDON - British supermodel Kate Moss was escorted off a plane at a London airport on Sunday for being "disruptive", the BBC reported.
Without confirming the person's identity, the police said they had assisted staff in escorting a passenger from a flight because "the passenger had been reported as being disruptive".
"Officers attended and escorted the passenger from the plane," a Bedfordshire Police spokesman said. "No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested."
The easyJet flight arrived in London's Luton Airport from Bodrum in Turkey on Sunday afternoon. A spokesman for easyJet confirmed the police had met the flight when it arrived "due to the behaviour of a passenger on board".
Moss, 41, became one of the world's most recognisable models after her discovery as a teenager, becoming a regular on the cover of Vogue magazine and posing for brands such as Calvin Klein and Chanel.