A friend of the kidnapped British model Chloe Ayling has revealed that Chloe is doing a Page Three photo-shoot for a newspaper as ‘her way of coping’.
The 20-year-old claims she was abducted in Milan, Italy, drugged, transported in a bag, and ‘auctioned’ on the dark web before being released after six days.
Ayling, who has apparently aspired to be a glamour model since the age of 15, was released by the organised crime group known as Black Death after they admitted it was a ‘mistake’ to abduct her because she had a young child, breaching their policies.
Here is a video of Chloe’s friend Carla Belucci speaking with Victoria Derbyshire…
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When Victoria Derbyshire suggested that the story ‘feels a bit fishy’, Carla Bellucci said:
That’s such a hard one, Chloe being a friend of mine.
I just think Chloe is a good girl, a little bit naive – could she be misled? I just don’t want to say to be honest. If anything happened like that, I would say she was misled.
Chloe seems to be strong, she’s doing well considering what’s happened to her. I wouldn’t say she’s the wisest of girls, she can be a bit naive, she’s young. But I think she’s had a few weeks to get used to this. For us it’s new but for her she’s had a few weeks to get used to it.
In response to the Page Three shoot, Bellucci said:
Each to their own – maybe it’s her way of coping – and to just get back out there.
For me, I wouldn’t – I think that would be the last thing on my mind. She has her reasons, and maybe it’s her way fo dealing with what’s happened to her – to get back out there, maybe it’s her way of coping.
The Black Death Group, who appear to be running a disgusting Taken-esque trafficking ring, took responsibility for the capture of the 20-year-old model, saying she was ‘being released as a huge generosity from Black Death Group’ and that ‘Any sort of disobedience with the above will result in your elimination’.
A suspect, named as 30-year-old Lukasz Pawel Herba, a Polish man who lives in Britain, was arrested on July 18th on suspicion of kidnap and extortion.
Victoria Derbyshire also raised the question of why Chloe stayed in Italy for so long after she was found at the British consulate on July 16.
Carla, who has been friends with Chloe for five years, explained that she ‘had to stay in Italy whilst the investigation was going on’.