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Wednesday, 4 July 2007

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Doherty's home in Dalston is already crammed with junk

London - (Ass Mess): Kate Moss called in a fleet of pantchnicons today to junk Pete Doherty's trash from her life as well as from her house in North London's uber-hip Primrose Hill.

Reporters counted six acoustic guitars, an accordion, ten bongs, two heavily-laden tea chests labelled 'herbal remedies', two black sacks brimming with Rizla packets and chillum filters, an early Banksy mural stolen from a municipal site under Waterloo Bridge, an upright piano, five Alsatian dogs, hundreds of pairs of Armani jeans, two dozen pot plants in various stages of growth and a self-portrait in oils.

A large skip parked outside the house was also filled with an assortment of what looked like trashed lovers' gifts and personal grooming items.

"Kate is now having the place fumigated," a source told reporters after the vans drove off to Doherty's home in Dalston.

"Then sh's moving somewhere more up-market than Primrose Hill becuse the area has really gone down recently.

"Too much Hampstead trailer-trash have downsized to the Hill and she's had enough of her neighbors.

"Ideally she'd like a new start to help her get over her pesky ex-boyfriend of three years.

"But she won't be moving just yet, or at least not until she can reverse a ban from moving into Regent's Park where there are injunctions, issued on health grounds, that stop her moving into that billionaires' playground."

Pete Doherty is 29.

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