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The Kate Moss Episode Has Taught Advertisers That Just Because They Might Forgive A Celebrity’s Folly, the Public May Not, and the Public Wins. There May Be Something to the Morals Clause After All. - September 22, 2005
Philip M. Stone September 22, 2005
The amazing point about Kate Moss’ cocaine snort is that she apologized, her future employer accepted the apology, and everyone thought the issue closed. But no one had counted on the extreme negative public reaction to a super model role model breaking a hard narcotics taboo, yet alone how the UK tabloids would rip her apart. available for restricted access.
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