Stone slams fashion houses for ditching Moss
Sharon Stone launched more than a product when she took to the stage for Christian Dior in Paris earlier today. Using her platform at the heart of the city's fashion world, she slammed the various labels who had ditched Kate Moss over the recent 'Cocaine Kate' saga saying: "Whether or not a house stands with her or not through it says more about the house than it does about her."
She went on to say that people should be allowed to make mistakes in their life, apologise and just get on with it. (MediaBeak says: unless of course you've upset a tabloid by forcing them to pay you large libel damages for a similar claim, in which case they'll be after pay-back OR are an embattled Metropolitan Police Commissioner who decides to raid hangouts of your associates and stage a crack-down on the monstrous crime of personal use of cocaine)
Stone invited anyone free from sin to throw one at her and concluded: "If you are in here and haven't made a mistake, I'd like to meet you because I've been waiting for Jesus — and today would be the day,"
So while the Mossey posse flee from the Met, Kate can take comfort in knowing that today's laughter in Paris was in her support rather than at her expense.