Kate Moss caught breaking law by smoking in car alongside 15-year-old daughter
Kate Moss takes some time out to bond with her daughter with a burning ciggie in her hand
Supermodel Kate Moss was seen hanging out with her 15-year-old daughter Lila Grace in London on Sunday. But here's what got eyebrows up — she was seen smoking in the car with her very underage child sitting next to her.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the 44-year-old leggy model was seen driving around in her cyan blue Mercedes 280 SE with her daughter blowing off some smoke while she was in the driver's seat.
The model is in the middle of the London Fashion Week but this doesn't seem cool, not to mention illegal. It is against the law to light up a cigarette around children who are not over 18 years of age. The law was made three years ago. Perhaps, Moss thinks no would notice, but when you're a celebrity, your every move is in the public eye.
She was seen smiling and talking to her daughter with her hair down through the window screen of the car. She looked like she was wearing some gold-colored hoop earrings and a bottle green cargo jacket. Her daughter looked like she had donned a similar colored jacket as she sat in the passenger seat of the car.
Even though the window of the car appeared to be open, one can clearly see the lit cigarette between her fingers.
According to the report, it was made illegal to smoke around children or adolescents under the age of 18 back in July 2015. The offense is liable to a fine of £50. It is not punishable in the case of electric cigarettes and convertible vehicles with open roofs.
Passive smoking is said to increase the risk of various lung problems including cancer. According to the report, Moss was contacted but has not made a comment.
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