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31/07/07
Pete hopes winning back Kate
- The troubled Babyshambles rocker says he is drug free and wants to win back "nasty" Kate

Copyright: LondonNet LtdPete Doherty, who recently had another anti-heroin implant fitted to help him beat drugs, says Kate is a jealous "nasty old rag" but he still loves her.

Pete, who was dumped by the supermodel after he reportedly cheated on her, told Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper: "Kate has broken my heart. There's been this lockdown and I can't get hold of her. This is the only way I can get through. I'm here to tell her that I love her. Kate is both jealous and suspicious. She is a nasty old rag and she kicked me in the head. But I love her because of the things she does in bed and because she is a multi-millionaire!

"When she finished our relationship in a blazing row I decided never ever am I going to go through that again."

The 28-year-old musician also bizarrely revealed that despite declaring his love for the 33-year-old model - he has proposed to another woman and plans to marry her in November.

Pete admitted: "I made rather a rash gesture. It was more in a fit of anger.

I asked this girl Christine to marry me. She has gone back to Paris and I don't know what to do."

Pete insists he was never unfaithful to Kate, despite reports he spent the night with South African model Lindi Hingston in June.

He said: "I love Kate with all my heart. I wasn't going to go after some average model, let alone some girl I've known as a friend for years. Being accused all the time of going with other women takes its toll."

Although Kate has reportedly changed all her phone numbers to stop her ex-lover contacting her, Pete claims she still phones him.

He said: "She rang last night and left a drunken answer phone message, singing 'Moon River'. She has ripped my heart out. I don't know what I'm doing."

Pete, who was recently ordered by a judge to enter rehab or face a Prison sentence, completed a tough detox programme and is planning to stay clean.

The musician said: "I was under very heavy sedation. All my receptors are blocked which means I can't enjoy Class A drugs. It's been dark, but I've come out of rehab a new man.

"I'm feeling good and I'm determined I can beat drugs. If I had Kate Back then life wouldn't be so bad would it?

"Her dream was for us to be a normal, happy couple. I guess my drug Problem ruined all that. You don't know what you have lost until it is gone."



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