Kate Moss burns Pete's heart
Jul 12, 2007, 11:10 GMT
A Pete Doherty Bloodwork painting is on show in an exhibition entitled \'Bloodworks\' at the Bankrobber gallery in Notting Hill, London, 15 May 2007. Doherty\'s paintings from his own blood will be on display for a month. EPA/ANDY RAIN
Kate Moss has burned former fiancé Pete Doherty's love letters and poems.
The supermodel, who kicked the troubled rocker out of her North London home last week after discovering he had cheated on her, made a bonfire and destroyed every sentimental note Pete ever gave her.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Kate gathered quite a collection of Pete's rambling over the two years they were together. She has piles of love letters, poems, songs and paintings. Now Kate has decided to cleanse herself of him by burning the lot."
Kate is said to be nursing her broken heart at her hairdresser friend James Brown's house.
The pair first began dating after Kate's 31st birthday party, when the Babyshambles rocker gave the supermodel a framed envelope with the lyrics to The Libertines' song 'What Katie Did' written on it.
Kate, 33, was reportedly preparing to split from Pete even before learning he spent the night with a South African model - after discovering he took money from her house.
The source added: "They already had a huge row over money before Pete went out that night and met that girl. Kate claimed he had helped himself to cash she had stashed in her flat.
"She told friends she was angry he hadn't asked her first. It had made her question whether she could trust him again. Pete's reaction confirmed in Kate's mind that it was time to let go."
Last week, Pete was ordered by a judge to enter rehab to beat his drug addiction or face jail.
The singer pleaded guilty to possessing crack cocaine, heroin, cannabis and club drug ketamine, known as 'Special K', along with two driving offences.
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