Supermodel Rachel Hunter is urging celebrity magazine editors to stop buying scandalous pictures of stars - because it's so unfair to paste their mishaps on the front of publications.
Hunter admits she feels sorry for Kate Moss, who was recently vilified after a photo of her snorting cocaine appeared on the front of British newspaper The Mirror.
And she's campaigning to stop celebrity scandal shots, like this, appearing in the world's tabloids.
She says, "I think it's very very dangerous and very very unfair, and I think it's such a huge business right now.
"I do think it's wrong that these photographers and these friends, whatever, go and sell their stories.
"Magazines have just got to stop buying (the stories and pictures). It's just got to stop. It's unfair to everybody."