Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Kidnappers of a 20-year-old Britain-based glamour model, who was supposedly abducted in Milan, stuffed her into a suitcase before to sell her online as a sex slave. English model Chloe Ayling, mother of one, has related the awful subtle elements of her ordeal. Ayling was professedly kidnapped in Milan by the kidnappers, who called her down for a fake photo shoot. After being infused with a horse tranquilliser, she was full inside a major bag. “A man wearing dark gloves came up from behind and put one hand on my neck and the other on my mouth, while a second individual, wearing a dark balaclava, injected me in my right arm,” said Ayling in an announcement to the police, distributed by the Italian daily paper Corriere della Sera. “I think I lost consciousness. When I woke up I was wearing a pink bodysuit and the socks I’m in now. I understood I was in the boot of an car, with my wrists and lower legs tied and my mouth taped. I was inside a bag, with just a little gap that enabled me to relax.” She was allegedly taken to Borgial – a detached town close Turin in northern Italy. The kidnappers, a part the Black Death Group, at that point attempted to offer her on the dark web for about Rs 20 crores (£230,000) and furthermore requested that her specialist pay a ransom. She was supposedly discharged after the hijackers acknowledged laws precluded grabbing moms. She was gotten some information about the occurrence, and further asked her compensation $50,0000 in BitCoins within a month. Neglecting to do so will bring about her death, cautioned the abductors in a letter. Subsequent to missing for two days, the specialist at that point educated experts. The police have now captured a 30-year-old Lukasz Pawel Herba in Britain on doubt of grabbing and extortion. No less than three to four more people are associated with the case, included cops.