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Media playback is unsupported on your device                  Media caption Chloe Ayling's lawyer says she thought the best thing to do was to be nice to her captor

"A person wearing black gloves came up from behind and put one hand on my neck and the other on my mouth, while a second person, wearing a black balaclava, injected me in my right arm", she said in a statement to police, which was published by Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.

A British model was kidnapped and was allegedly set to be sold on the #Dark Web before her captors changed their minds.

Unconvincingly, her friend answered: "I've only spoken to her briefly, so that's such a hard question". "She just loves the camera".

British glamour model Chloe Ayling has revealed exactly what happened when she was allegedly kidnapped, drugged with ketamin and stuffed in a suitcase in Italy last month.

Her captors reportedly found out she was a mother, and released her.

Ayling, who wore a long white T-shirt, was left unguarded outside the store while he shopped, her son Gianluigi Costa, 21, remembers, something which has raised more doubts about their relationship.

Speaking to the Evening Standard, she said: "People are making up lies about my daughter".

Ayling told reporters on Sunday that she was still gathering her thoughts on the whole ordeal.

The anxious mother, from Coulsdon, South London, added that "it will all come out" when Miss Ayling is "ready to speak out".

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During her captivity, she was drugged, gagged, bound, stuffed into a duffel bag and driven in the trunk of a vehicle to a remote farmhouse outside Turin, where she slept with her hands and feet tied to furniture, the police said. He claimed to be working on behalf of the "Black Death group", a dark web organization that has been linked to the illegal trafficking of people, weapons and drugs.

A police spokesman refused to tell the Guardian whether they were investigating a partnership between Herba and Ayling.

Herba told police that he cancelled the Paris job after he realized a group of Romanians meant to kidnap Ayling.

Lukasz Herba was arrested for the alleged kidnapping of British model Chloe Ayling.

Reports said he took pity on her after she told him she had a baby.

Ayling, meanwhile, has been trying to return to normalcy.

The Associated Press reported that according to Italian media, Ayling said she was released when her captor discovered she had a small child.

In the statement, obtained by MailOnline, Miss Ayling said: 'MD (Herba) tried various sexual advances with me but I always stopped it by putting it off to the future are more intimate knowledge of each other.

"She went along with what he asked her to do, look at shoes and buy groceries".

Metro offered another piece of the puzzle, reporting that Chloe Ayling said that it was "thanks" to her kidnapper that she could gain her freedom, which is why she did not "rebel" during their shoe shopping trip.

Chloe Ayling's ordeal sounds like a tale spawned by nightmares of the evil that lurks online.

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