Lottie Moss has revealed that she is in rehab to treat a cocaine addiction. Watch here:
The model - who is the half-sister of Kate Moss - took to TikTok earlier this month to talk about rehab.
The 24-year-old said she may have taken the series Euphoria - which depicts heavy drug use - too seriously, captioning a video: "When everyone's glamourising droog taking but you're literally in r3h4b."
Now, she's shared another video in which she can be seen resting her head in her hand behind text which reads: "When people ask why I'm in rehab."
She then lip-syncs to a voiceover which says: "I have a really bad addiction to coke."
The post, which was shared yesterday (Wednesday 16 February), was captioned 'savage but true', and she added that she hadn't taken the Class A drug in 18 days.
Her fans showed their support in the comments, with the video viewed almost a million times.
One person wrote: "5 months without it and I feel the best ever!!! Well done you x"
Another said: "At least you're getting the help you need, proud of you xx"
A third added: "Props to you for being so open about it!!! Its hard living in london when it's so normalised. You got this girl."
Last month, Moss shared a teary video on social media after content from her OnlyFans page was leaked.
She branded a former friend an 'evil human being' after they allegedly leaked her content and her phone number, having received a messaged from a concerned fan, which said: "He's telling the boys in the group chat to sub to your OnlyFans and leak the pictures to your mother's Instagram."
In December 2020, Moss was forced to apologise after posting a video in which she said she was a Covid ‘super-spreader’.
She posted a video on social media while out for dinner with her four friends, taking advantage of London's Tier Two coronavirus restrictions at the time.
When asked if she and her friends were risking spreading the virus by not wearing masks and failing to socially distance, one of her pals responded: "We're super-spreaders."
Moss then said: "We're super-spreading Covid."
She later apologised for the 'insensitive joke', saying on Instagram: "I just wanted to come on here and say I am so sorry for saying I was a super spreader.
"Someone on the live popped up saying those words and I repeated them as a joke because I am not and would never condone spreading a virus as serious as this.
"I was out for dinner with four friends, three of which are in the same household and under the government guidelines - as I live alone - I am allowed a support bubble of four.
"I understand this has upset and offended a lot of people and I wanted to apologise for making such an insensitive joke.
"I am still young and dumb and learning - I sometimes forget that I am a public figure and during these crazy and uncertain times, I should have been more careful with my words."