Despite holding the title of one of the world's most successful supermodels in the past 20 years, Kate Moss has never gotten used to having her private life in the public eye.
The fiercely private model opened up in a new personal interview with photographer and friend Nick Knight.
The 41-year-old spoke her "abusive" relationship with photographer Mario Sorrenti that led to her iconic sofa images.
"I'd wake up in the morning and he'd be taking pictures of me and I'd be like 'F--k off' and I laid like that for about 10 days. He would not stop taking pictures of that," she recalled. "'10 days?!' We split up after that. When you're in a relationship with a photographer and they start abusing that relationship by being like, 'I want you to do this' it makes you like, 'No.'"
Moss went on to say that Sorrenti's mother took care of her when she rose to fame and said she was grateful she didn't have to live in a "hardcore" model apartment like Naomi Campbell and Christie Turlington.
She said Campbell and Turlington took her under their wing at a time when she wasn't comfortable with her fame.
"They'd start sending limos for me and I'd be like, 'That is so embarrassing, I'm not getting in a stretched limo by myself to go to a shoot?' It was all very New York."
One topic Moss would not address? Her relationship with Johnny Depp and the rumors that they struggled with substance abuse. Her response, a simple "whatever."
Moss has rarely agreed to be interviewed. Most recently she agreed to give a look into her home life with Vogue UK last year.