The brave model who was drugged and kidnapped in Milan has spoken about her horrific ordeal.
Chloe Ayling was held captive for almost a week in a remote farmhouse in Italy, where she was handcuffed to furniture and forced to sleep on the floor.
The 20-year-old was only released when her kidnapper realised she was a mum with a young child.
The young model was abducted after being lured to a fake photoshoot in Milan.
She had written excitedly on social media about her trip to Italy, posting photos of her arrival in Milan.
But Chloe was lured to an abandoned building where she was injected with the powerful drug, ketamine and photographed naked before being stuffed in the case and driven 120 miles to a farmhouse near Turin.
She was kept handcuffed to a wooden chest of drawers inside a rented house for a week.
Her kidnappers – called the Black Death Group – posted sick pictures of her on the Dark Web offering her for sale at £230,000.
The Sunday Mirror has uncovered her abductors’ Dark Web “advert” which features a disturbing image of her dressed in just a velvet body suit, looking dazed and lying on the floor with her left breast exposed.
Her captors had even placed a calling card on her stomach.
It has been reported in Italy that Chloe was to be “sold as a sex slave” and “fed to tigers” when her buyer got bored of her.