In this image made from video taken on Sunday, Aug. 6, 2017, model Chloe Ayling speaks with the media outside of her house in Surrey, England. (RAI via AP)
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Chloe Ayling initially told Milan police she was held, at times with her hands and feet cuffed to a dresser, at a remote farmhouse for six days and never left the dwelling until one of her kidnappers released her at the British Consulate in Milan on July 17 .But on the second day of questioning, detectives presented the 20-year-old with witness statements saying she and the main suspect were seen buying shoes for her the day before her release, according to Ayling's court deposition.The arrest of a suspect in Ayling's abduction and her account of her alleged ordeal have garnered international media attention since gripping details about the case emerged over the weekend. Police released a dramatic narrative about how the woman was allegedly lured to Milan with the promise of a modeling job, then drugged at a supposed photographer's studio on July 11, zipped inside a canvas bag and transported to a farmhouse near Turin. Her captors told her she had been captured by a criminal group called "Black Death" and that she would be held for ransom or auctioned off on the clandestine "dark web," Milan police said, citing Ayling's description.Pesce said the ordeal had left Ayling traumatized but that she understood the necessity of cooperating with police "not only for her case" but in case this group has other victims.
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