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Kate Moss hit by an ice-cube

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Kate Moss reportedly stormed out of her friend's birthday party

after being struck on the forehead by an ice-cube.

The supermodel was

celebrating party planner Fran Cutler's 44th birthday with a group of pals at

London's Wardour Club when a playful ice fight broke out. However, the mood

darkened when Kate was hit on the head by a flying lump of ice leaving a huge

bump. The culprit was believed to be a member of British rock group Kasabian.

One onlooker said: "Kate thought the ice fight was hilarious at first

but when one bit of ice hit her really hard her mood changed. She was furious

and left."

Earlier in the evening, it was claimed Kate, 33, had a row

with security at the club after they sent boyfriend Pete Doherty to the back of

the queue. The hell-raising star had reportedly been rude to the doormen and

they refused to give her VIP treatment.

A source said: "Kate was fuming.

She told the doormen to let him in straight away. But they refused, saying he

would have to wait. It was really embarrassing."

Meanwhile, Kate's new

clothing range for TopShop has been panned by American critics. The New York

magazine, labelled her designs a "bore", and dismissed Croydon-born Kate as "a

working-class girl from a crap town".

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