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Kate Moss has reportedly angered celebrity friends including Naomi Campbell over her loyalty to the sultan-owned Dorchester hotel, reports The Sun - after Brunei passed a law which would see gay people and adulterers stoned to death.

The supermodel, 46, is said to have annoyed Naomi, 48, as well as designer Tom Ford, 57, and fashion photographer Mario Testino, 64, for not publicly shunning the Mayfair hotel.

George Clooney called for a boycott of hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei - which also includes London's 45 Park Lane and the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles - after the nation passed a law making homosexuality and adultery punishable by death.     

Claim: Kate Moss has reportedly angered celebrity friends including Naomi Campbell over her loyalty to the sultan-owned Dorchester hotel, reports The Sun - after Brunei passed a law which would see gay people and adulterers stoned to death (pictured February 2018)

Celebrities including Sir Elton John, Sam Smith, Dua Lipa and Ellen DeGeneres have joined the Hollywood A-lister in boycotting the hotels,

It was claimed that although Vogue coverstar Kate knows the campaign is for a good cause, she is split between that and her long-standing affiliation with The Dorchester.

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The star held her 45th birthday at the hotel's restaurant, China Tang, and has been a familiar face there for many years. 

Now, Naomi, Tom and Mario are said to be 'privately annoyed' with the star for not speaking out.

Backlash: The hotel, in Mayfair, is part of the Dorchester Collection, a chain of hotels owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is owned by the Sultan - and it has been the focus of protests since the law was announced (stock photo)

Alleged: The supermodel, 46, is said to have annoyed Naomi, 48, as well as designer Tom Ford, 57, and fashion photographer Mario Testino, 64, for not publicly shunning the hotel

Fashion friends: Tom (L) and Mario are said to be 'privately' annoyed at Kate for failing to speak out 

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Kate, Naomi, Tom, Mario and The Dorchester for comment.      

In a column for Deadline earlier this month, George Clooney wrote: 'They're nice hotels. The people who work there are kind and helpful and have no part in the ownership of these properties.

'But let's be clear, every single time we stay at or take meetings at or dine at any of these nine hotels we are putting money directly into the pockets of men who choose to stone and whip to death their own citizens for being gay or accused of adultery.'

George wrote that he's 'learned over years of dealing with murderous regimes that you can't shame them. But you can shame the banks, the financiers and the institutions that do business with them and choose to look the other way.'

Fan: Kate has a long-time association with The Dorchester and is a fan of the establishment's restaurant China Tang (pictured at the hotel with Sir Davd Tang in 2008)

Familiar face: Kate also celebrated her 45th birthday at China Tang in 2018 (above)

He then listed the nine hotels owned by Brunei's sultan and said: 'It's up to each of us what we want to do.' 

Last week protestors were thrown out of The Dorchester after three men unfurled banners and staged a protest, after dining in the five-star venue's restaurant.

In response, a spokeswoman for the hotel group declared: 'Our values are far removed from the politics of ownership.'   

The hotel, in Mayfair, is part of the Dorchester Collection, a chain of hotels owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is owned by the Sultan - and it has been the focus of protests since the law was announced.   

Protest: Last week protestors were thrown out of The Dorchester after three men unfurled banners and staged a protest, after dining in the five-star venue's restaurant (stock photo)

A spokeswoman for the Dorchester Collection said it was a 'political and religious issue that we don't believe should be played out in our hotels'.

She said: 'Inclusion, diversity and equality are the foundation of Dorchester Collection.   

'We do not tolerate any form of discrimination, we never have and we never will.

'We understand people's anger and frustration but this is a political and religious issue that we don't believe should be played out in our hotels and amongst our 3,630 employees.

 

'We're deeply saddened by what's happening right now and the impact it is having on our employees, guests, partners and suppliers in particular.

'Our values are far removed from the politics of ownership.

'We are aware that many other brands have ownership with similar backgrounds in this increasingly global world.

'We are a team of people representing 67 nationalities, who love what we do and care enormously for our guests and communities.'

Boycott: George Clooney called for a boycott of hotels owned by the Sultan of Brunei - which also includes London 's 45 Park Lane and the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles - after the nation passed a law making homosexuality and adultery punishable by death

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