Kate Moss’s 17-year-old, model sister, Lottie has been forced to apologise after sending an ill thought-out tweet where she used the N-word.

At 4am Lottie decided to post lyrics from Chris Brown’s song ‘Loyal’ on her twitter account. The lyrics included the offensive word, and she went on to tell her 7,000 followers how it has been a “successful night” because she had thrown a drink over her ex-boyfriend. 

A spokeswoman for the model told Mail Online that Lottie was ‘hugely apologetic’. She said: ‘Lottie unfortunately made an ill-thought out use of a song lyric, and she is hugely apologetic if any offence has been caused.’

The model has since deleted the tweet and posted another one, apologizing. 

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This isn’t the first time Lottie has turned heads over her tweeting. Last year she raised eyebrows when she announced she “hates chavs”. 

‘I hate chavs, I hate everything about them, I hate their loud voices and the words ‘init’, ‘phat’, ‘fam’, etc.’

Lottie, who is the daughter of Kate’s father and his second wife, is signed with Storm Models, the same agency that discovered Kate when she was 14 at New York’s JFK airport. She has already fronted campaigns for Calvin Klein Jeans and Valentino Red. 

Source: Mail Online

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