HomeNewsUK World NewsIn The NewsChloe Ayling: ‘Kidnapped’ model thought best idea was to go along with it, says her lawyerItalian police said Chloe Ayling was snatched last month by a group calling itself Black DeathByDuncan GibbonsDeputy Head of Audience10:48, 8 AUG 2017Updated11:59, 8 AUG 2017Model Chloe Ayling (Image: Instagram) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA British model who was allegedly kidnapped in Milan was too terrified to try to get away from her captor when he took her shoe shopping and to buy groceries, her lawyer said.Italian police said Chloe Ayling was snatched last month by a group calling itself Black Death and is believed to have been drugged and transported in a bag to an isolated village near Turin, where she was held for six days as her captors tried to auction her online.The 20 year old was told people were watching her and she would be killed if she tried to flee, meaning she complied with what her captor asked her to do, her lawyer Francesco Pesce said.Model Chloe Ayling back in UK after ‘kidnap’ ordeal in ItalyHe told Radio 4’s Today programme: “She was told that she was going to be sold to somebody in the Middle East for sex.”She was told that people were there watching her and ready to kill her if she tried anything.”So she thought that the best idea was to go along with it and to be nice in a way to her captor because he told her that he wanted to release her somehow and sometime and she thought that the best thing to do was not to go in conflict with him.”So she abided to his request, ‘let’s go and buy groceries’ and ‘you need shoes, let’s go buy shoes’ and she didn’t try to flee.”But I believe she was terrified at the moment and even if she could’ve asked for help she didn’t because she was subjugated to this person, or people as she was given to understand.”Mr Pesce dismissed suggestions Ms Ayling may have somehow been in on the kidnap, describing it as “evil”.The Sun reported she told police she had developed a trusting relationship and even shared a bed with her kidnapper, who gave her chocolate and underwear, but she said he had not sexually assaulted her.On Monday, Phil Green, of Supermodels Agency, said Ms Ayling was taken to the British Consulate in Milan after the “horrific ordeal”, but could not return home to London for almost three weeks.”Chloe had her passport detained by Italian police who would not let her return to the UK until she gave evidence at a pre trial hearing on August 4,” he said in a statement.He added she was able to fly back to the UK on Sunday after attending the crime scene with police and her lawyer the day before.There was no sign of Ms Ayling at her terraced home in Coulsdon, south London, on Monday.She said: “I’ve been through a terrifying experience. I feared for my life, second by second, minute by minute, hour by hour..
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