Scientology reaches out to Kate Moss

It’s bad enough that Kate Moss has lost some jobs because she dabbled in the snow, but now a controversial religion wants the model to join their drug rehab program. Scientology, which seems to work its way into every other celebrity newsbyte, is reportedly trying to get a message to Moss.

According to MSNBC’s The Scoop, Moss, who was recently photographed snorting lines of coke, is the latest target for Scientology’s helping hand. A well-placed source told The Scoop that members were “reaching out” to Moss in her time of need.

“Scientology has become quite proactive in reaching out to people,” says the source. “Kate is a woman who needs help and Scientology feels that they can steer her in the right direction.”

The source went on to say that Scientologists will be encouraging Moss to work with Narconon, a program with ties to Scientology. While one source was ready to talk, Greg LaClaire, head of the Scientology’s Celebrity Center refused to comment on Moss, saying, “We don’t talk about the private lives of anyone.”

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Sep. 22, 2005

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