Drugs, portraits and ripoffs

:: John Campbell Crawford Owner of new Zealand label Insidious Fix, has been charged with cultivating cannabis and allowing a premises to be used for the purpose of cannabis cultivation.

:: Fifteen never before seen pictures of Lady Diana have been unveiled and are on display at Kensington palace. Taken by Mario Testino for Vanity fair the pictures were the last official portraits taken of Diana before she died.

“Diana, Princess of Wales by Mario Testino” will run at the Kensington Palace state apartments from 24 November 2005 until spring 2007.

Testino said he hoped the “light celebration of her life” would reflect his “respect and admiration” for the princess.

:: Furious at being ripped off Victoria Beckham has called in the Trading standards, after discovering cheap versions of her exclusive £120 VB range of jeans for Rocawear being sold.

A source said:” Victoria feels she is missing out on business. The fake jeans are much cheaper but they are also poor quality. So the bootleggers are also sullying her reputation of her brand.”

:: Artist Stella Vine has created a series of paintings inspired by the fall of Kate Moss. Entitled “The Beautiful and the Damned”.

one of her pictures shows the model looking stressed and clutching a cigarette, her face melting, with the slogan: “Holy water cannot help you now.”

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