The A4 paper found in the pub read: "Peaches: 30 pounds, weed. S Paul&Peaches and Vanessa 30 pounds weed, 1 coke (both for 85 pounds)," the Sun reported. It also listed 60 pounds Diaz, thought to mean Diazepam, used by druggies to bring themselves down from a high and, bizarrely, Peaches' name next to 2 Viagra, the anti-impotence drug.
The note had been found by Jayd Kent, 25, who was at trendy Old Blue Last bar in Shoreditch, East London, when she spotted Peaches, wearing a huge leopard print fur coat, sit at a table with pals. After Peaches and heroin OD victim Paula Yates left the pub, they left the paper behind and it was picked up by Kent, who said it looked like a list for drugs for the night.
"It seemed to cover drugs they wanted for the night," computer worker Kent said. "It detailed some pretty hardcore drugs," she added. A spokesman for the star insisted that the list does not proof that Peaches had written it. "We cannot speculate on a list when there is no proof that Peaches wrote it," the rep had said.