Supermodel Kate Moss was escorted out of an EasyJet flight by police officers when it landed at Luton Airport near London from Bodrum, Turkey, on Sunday. Moss had reportedly portrayed “disruptive” behavior, though no formal complaints were filed.

Moss was reportedly in Turkey last week, with some of her closest friends including British actress Sadie Frost, to get beauty treatments at the LifeCo Clinic spa, the Daily Mail reported. Last July, Moss was seen at the Bodrum airport looking “drunk” and there was speculation at the time that the model did not have a ticket. Moss, who will turn 50 this month, has rebuilt her modeling career following allegations she was a regular cocaine user.

“The passenger had been reported as being disruptive on the flight,” a spokesman for Bedfordshire police said, according to the Guardian, adding: “Officers attended and escorted the passenger from the plane. No formal complaints were made against her and she was not arrested.”

A witness, identified only as Emily, told the Daily Mail: “As we left the plane, Kate and her friends were stood with police and another passenger was stood separately talking to another officer,” adding: “This lady was then complaining to other passengers in the baggage hall about Kate.

“Kate and her friends then arrived in baggage claim,” she said, according to the Daily Mail, adding: “Whilst on board they kept themselves to themselves but appeared to chat to the family next to them.....including playing hairdressers with a young girl.”

Following last July's incident at the Turkish airport, one Twitter user had said at the time, according to the Daily Mirror: "Just got off my flight with a very drunk Kate Moss."

A source had told the Daily Mirror then: “The general consensus was that she didn’t have a ticket but after chatting to the manager for some time she was whisked off and ushered on to a flight,” adding: "It was pretty obvious that Kate had had a bit to drink as she was talking loudly and didn’t seem worried about being seen."