On September 15, 2005, UK tabloid The Daily Mirror ran a front page picture that showed supermodel Kate Moss snorting a white powder, believed to be cocaine. Moss was at a recording session of then boyfriend Pete Doherty's band, Babyshambles. She allegedly snorted five lines of cocaine in 40 minutes, photographs of which were taken and sold by Doherty's manager. Moss' fall from grace was instant – overnight, she was dropped from lucrative fashion campaigns by H&M, Chanel and Burberry. She was quick to issue an apology, though she stopped short of admitting to drug use, and checked into rehab. A year after the scandal, Moss was questioned by the police about her role in the cocaine case, and was rumoured to be facing arrest. She was ultimately never charged and has since then resumed her modelling career.