Moss' Home Flooded
Kate Moss' domestic troubles are mounting - the supermodel's home has been flooded with sewage, just days after the property was burgled. The British beauty has been forced to move in to temporary accommodation after a pump in her basement broke, causing water to leak out of pipes. The flood has caused an estimated $160,000 in damage after ruining items including furniture, Moss' shoe collection and photographs by famed snapper Mario Testino, reports Britain's Daily Mirror.
A source tells the publication, "Trouble started following heavy rains... and culminated in her basement flooding and the pump system clogging up. Kate is absolutely gutted (upset). Not only is her house a complete disaster zone, with mud, gunge and sewage everywhere, she recently had some walls repainted in Farrow & Ball paint at great expense. These are ruined. She has been told she is looking at a bill of around £100,000 to replace her outside deck, plus kitchen units, furniture and flooring."
A gang broke into Moss' house in the early hours of Thursday morning (20May10) and stole three valuable pieces of artwork. A 24-year-old man has since been arrested in connection with the burglary. (KD/WNTMI/PAW)
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