In absolutely shocking news: Supermodel Cara Delevingne was photographed with a "mystery white substance" falling out of her bag when she accidentally dropped it in front of photographers in London this week. It's not confirmed what the substance actually was - gasp, it couldn't be cocaine! - but it's got some people raising their eyebrows: Namely, H&M, which recently hired Delevingne to model for their Divided clothing line. In a statement, the company said:
"We have a zero tolerance policy towards drugs, and this also forms part of our advertising policy. Our team will evaluate the evidence over the next few days. If the story is true, then we will take action."
Oh, H&M, don't worry - we're sure it's not, gasp!, cocaine, and that there are tons of explanations for this. Maybe it's baby powder, or flour, or powdered sugar! Maybe it's baking soda to keep her bag smelling fresh and odorless! Let's not jump to conclusions just because a supermodel was photographed with a small plastic bag of a mystery white powdery substance. That would be irresponsible.
"She was really giggly. She found it hilarious but her friend was really edgy about it. Suddenly Cara dropped something and bent over to pick it up. Very discreetly, she just put her foot on it and then rolled her handbag across so it looked like she was just kind of bending over. The friend kept saying, 'Can you stop taking pictures?' The friend definitely realised they were in trouble once that little packet had dropped on the ground."
...maybe she's just really protective of her baby powder/flour/powdered sugar/baking soda.