rosie_drugscandalcolumn.jpgIs this a case of deja vu or not? Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has reportedly been dropped from Burberry, after photos of her pictured with drug paraphernalia were published in the papers.

The Daily Mail claims that she was not approached to star in the latest ads for the label, shot last week, and has instead been replaced by Eden Clark. Ironically, both Eden and Rosie currently feature on the November cover of British Vogue, alongside Jourdan Dunn.

'Rosie thought she was doing two or three seasons for Burberry,' the Mail writes. 'But they asked Eden Clark and Alex Pettyfer to do the shoot.'

Burberry is yet to confirm the report, all it said was: 'The campaign is not finalised. We don't release information until the official launch.'

As we all know, this isn't the first time that Burberry have released a model from their contract over a drug scandal. Kate Moss was dropped from her campaign with the brand in 2005, after pictures of her snorting cocaine hit the headlines in seven years earlier.

Read all about it in my column 'The tall-poppy syndrome applies to models' from July, 2008.

So, do you think that Rosie deserves to be dropped from the campaign? Leave your opinions in our comments section below.