The brave model who was drugged and kidnapped in Milan has spoken about her horrific ordeal.
Chloe Ayling was held captive for almost a week in a remote farmhouse in Italy, where she was handcuffed to furniture and forced to sleep on the floor.
The 20-year-old was only released when her kidnapper realised she was a mum with a young child.
Brave Chloe said it had been a “terrifying experience”.
The 20-year-old who was smiling with relief to be back home said: “I feared for my life, second by second, hour by hour.”
Ms Ayling, who has a young son, said: “I am incredibly grateful to the Italian and UK authorities
Landing back in the UK she rushed back to see her mum and spend time with their four-year-old beagle Nylah.
She had written excitedly on social media about her trip to Italy, posting photos of her arrival in Milan.
But Chloe was lured to an abandoned building where she was injected with the powerful drug, ketamine and photographed naked before being stuffed in the case and driven 120 miles to a farmhouse near Turin.
Chloe has reportedly told Italian press that she went into the abandoned studio on July 11 holding her iPhone, wallet and her wheelie suitcase. Continue with the story