British model kidnapped and sold on dark web for £230000

British model 'kidnapped and drugged' before being AUCTIONED online

UK model kidnapped and held captive in Italy for six days

A British model was threatened with being sold in an online auction after being drugged and kidnapped in Milan, say Italian police.

Police are now working to identify Herba's accomplices and established what happened to the woman while she was help captive.

She was allegedly assaulted and drugged when she arrived at the studio the next day, then placed in a auto boot and taken to a small village near Turin where she was kept prisoner by Lukasz Pawel Herba, a British resident born in Poland, police said.

She is believed to be aged in her 20s and was rescued by police when the kidnapper tried to take her to the British Consulate in July.

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She was then placed on the internet by a man, who is described as British-Polish, and put up for sale for €300,000 (£270,000), police said. He was jailed for investigation of suspected kidnapping for extortion purposes.

Authorities said the kidnappers were going to release her "because she had a 2-year-old child" and their "rules exclude kidnapping mothers".

It emerged this morning how the woman was drugged, handcuffed and loaded into a vehicle boot in Milan before being driven 200km to a farmhouse in Turin where she was kept for six days.

In a letter sent to the victim upon her release, Black Death told her that a "mistake" had been made in capturing her.

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The 20-year-old woman was attacked on July 11 by two men as she attended an arranged photo shoot.

The woman was kept handcuffed to furniture but was freed and taken to the British embassy in Milan, despite the ransom not being paid.

The woman's modelling agency then contacted police and Herba reportedly negotiated a ransom for about USD$60,000 ($75,000) with them.

Reports also suggest she had the drug Ketamine injected into her arm, reports Corriere della Sera. He later moved the model to a farmhouse close to Turin, some 120 miles away, where she was held captive for six days.

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