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British Model Chloe Ayling Who Was Kidnapped & Sold On The Dark Web Allegedly Knew Her Captor

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Chloe Ayling, a 20-year-old British model, was kidnapped, drugged, stuffed into a suitcase and held captive for six days. Furthermore, Ayling was auctioned on the dark web as a sex slave.

According to the Daily Mail,¬†Ayling previously met her kidnapper, Polish man Lukasz Herba, during a business trip to Paris earlier in 2017. Herba, 30, paid Ayling’s¬†agent cash to fly her out to Milan for a fake photo shoot. At the fake photo shoot, she was injected with horse-tranquilizer ketamine, forced into a suitcase and chained to furniture for six days.

When Ayling was finally released on July 15, Herba accompanied her to Milan’s British consulate after claiming the Black Death white slavery gang kidnapped her by mistake.

via Daily Mail:

A close friend of Miss Ayling told MailOnline: ‘I can’t say too much because Chloe is being debriefed by British police and the Foreign Office, but she did know the man who kidnapped her.

“She met him in April on a photo shoot she had been on in Paris. He then called her agency and booked her for the photo shoot in Milan. He specifically asked for her. He seemed genuine. He sent previous examples of his work and paid in advance. During the kidnapping Chloe lost her shoes. He took her to buy some new ones during her ordeal.”

Miss Ayling is said to have met Herba after she was caught up in a terrorist shooting of a policeman in Paris in April.

The young British model told how she was walking along the Champs-Elysee when the incident unfolded. She watched as police and ambulances rushed to the scene before she retreated to her hotel, her agent Phil Green said at the time. Miss Ayling’s mysterious shopping trip, her previous encounter with her abductor Herba and other strange details of the case led the Italian media to raise questions about the Briton’s testimony.

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