But the model has taken to a new rumour-clarification site to say that she has never tweeted, nor established a Facebook profile.
Don't try connecting to me on Facebook or follow tweets from Kate Moss, the real Kate Moss doesn't use these social networking sites. I correct all of the imposter profiles pretending to be me and the xx twits tweeting under my name, Moss wrote on ICorrect.
The new website, established by entrepreneur Sir David Tang, says it offers high-profile individuals a forum through which to refute or respond to any false statements circulated in the media.
Twitter, for all its virtues, is a ripe ground for impersonation. But is it worth ICorrect's $1000 annual subscription fee to denounce imitators? Were happy to do our part to separate the real from the fake for free, right here.
Without further ado, a list of some of our favourite legit tweetersalong with some clearly faux imitators whose verve and commitment we cant help but admire:
Alexa Chung: Follow @alexa_chung for updates on what's inspiring the jetsetting ELLE girl