LONDON - Kate Moss met detectives in London to discuss her alleged cocaine use, but wasn't arrested or charged with any offense, police officials said.
The 32-year-old British supermodel voluntarily attended the talks Tuesday, Metropolitan police said.
"She has not been charged or cautioned and inquiries continue," said a police spokeswoman, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with department policy.
The Daily Mirror tabloid in September published pictures allegedly showing Moss using cocaine in a west London music studio where her then-boyfriend, rock musician Pete Doherty, was recording with his group Babyshambles.
Moss, who wore a large pair of dark glasses, a white coat and black pants, has been outside of Britain since the drug allegations broke. She has visited a rehab clinic in Arizona and worked on international modeling assignments.
"Kate Moss voluntarily reported to the police today to assist their investigation as she has always said she would when she returned to this country," her modeling agency, Storm, said in a statement.
Moss was spoken to "under caution" for 80 minutes before leaving without speaking to reporters. To be spoken to under caution is an arrangement under English law that means police can use a person's answers as evidence in any future proceedings.
Police said they would eventually submit a file to prosecutors depending on the investigation's outcome. Prosecutors will eventually decide if any charges should be brought against Moss.