paris fashion week christian dior kate moss oct 10.jpgKate Moss's earnings are said to have doubled since that cocaine scandal which could have ended her career back in 2005.

The supermodel's long-time agent and co-founder of Storm Models, Sarah Doukas, has told Radio Four that in the aftermath of the ordeal, Moss' fees did not go down and today her annual income has increased from £2million to £4million.

Discussing what occurred during 'Cocaine Kate', Doukas said: "I basically just spent a lot of time on the phone trying to reassure her big clients that you can't believe everything you read and, unfortunately, all press actually is good press in this world we live in."

At the time Moss was dropped by several big labels including Chanel, Burberry and H&M, while others including Rimmel stuck by her.

"I just thought she will be fine, and I knew that some of my great clients, that were huge clients to her, they stuck by and said "we are in your capable hands, we will stick by her" - and they did," Doukas added.