3AM: HE'S NO LOSS TO MOSS! Kate's Best Mate Naomi Blasts Pete for Ill-Treating Supermodel

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3AM: HE'S NO LOSS TO MOSS! Kate's Best Mate Naomi Blasts Pete for Ill-Treating Supermodel


Byline: Eva Simpson & Caroline Hedley

PETE Doherty better steer clear of Naomi Campbell, the supermodel with a temper has branded him an a***hole for the way he treated Kate Moss.

And Mossy, 33, speaking for the first time since her split from Pete in July, is grateful for the backing.

"Naomi's been so supportive of me. I love her for it. It's so sweet," she said.

Naomi, 37, tore into the Babyshambles frontman at the launch of Fashion for Relief, a fashion show to raise cash for Britain's flood victims, at London's Natural History Museum on September 20.

The straight-talking Streatham-born babe told us: "I hear Kate has a new man. That's fantastic - good for her. As long as he's not like that a***hole Pete. Urgh.

"I hated the way he treated her. I don't mind if her new guy's a rocker, as long as he looks after her.

"I'm so happy for Kate. She truly deserves the best."

Naomi has been a shoulder to cry on for Kate since her split with Pete in the summer.

The pair swap stories about their man troubles - with Naomi advising her Croydon-born pal Kate to stay positive. Naomi continues: "Kate's a great mum and a lovely, lovely person.

"She deserves a guy that will treat her right and appreciate her."

Mum-of-one Kate, who has been dating Jamie Hince, a rocker with The Kills, described Naomi as being "always there for her". …

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