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The mum-of-one, 20, has spoken of how she was drugged, handcuffed and stuffed in a suitcase while being held captive for six days after being lured by the promise of a £600 photoshoot.
This piece of paper – found at a Black Death-linked crime scene – purports to show the group’s logo
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This piece of paper – found at a Black Death-linked crime scene – purports to show the group’s logo

Who are the Black Death Group?

The so-called Black Death group is an organisation operating deep within the “dark web” rumoured to be responsible for a network of kidnapping and people trafficking.
Although rumours of its existence have circulated for several years, the kidnapping of Chloe Ayling in Milan is believed to be the only crime authorities have publicly linked to it.
The name is notorious on sections of the internet due to the scale and depravity of its offending, though it’s not clear if its photos touting women for sale are authentic, nor if it is as proficient as it claims to be.
It’s claimed that users of the “dark web” pay huge fees to buy women who have been kidnapped from across Europe.
A 2015 article by Vice’s Motherboard stated their reporter had found images of women chained up with the victim being offered for sale £115,000.
This message explained why they had freed one of their captive women
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This message explained why they freed Chloe Ayling

What happened to Chloe Ayling when she was kidnapped by the organisation?

Chloe Ayling says she travelled to Milan on July 11 having being lured to Italy for a fake photoshoot.
When she arrived she was injected with the tranquilliser drug ketamine and bundled into a car before being driven to a remote farmhouse in Borgial near the French border.
When she woke, she had been stripped to just a pink chenille body and socks.
She said she was told she was going to be sold to rich Arabs and ‘fed to tigers’ when they became bored of her and that one of her captors told her he had made £11 million in the last five years.
For six days she was kept inside a home in the remote region, where her alleged captor, Polish born Lukasz Pawel Herba, 30, tried to sell her on the black market for £270,000.
Italian media reported she was only freed after he revealed that his organisation’s “rules” prohibit them from kidnapping mothers.
Cops later arrested Herba in Milan, where he had driven his victim back to the British consulate.
The 20-year-old model was drugged then stuffed inside a bag, as seen in this police reconstruction photo
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The 20-year-old model was drugged then stuffed inside a bag, as seen in this police reconstruction photo

What is happening to Chloe’s alleged kidnappers?

Polish-born Lukasz Herba, 30, appeared in an Italian court last week for a pre-trial hearing.
Officers are also thought to want to talk to his brother, Mikal Herba, 36, as a witness. The pair share a home in Oldbury, West Midlands.
Lorenzo Bucossi, of the Milan Flying Squad, said: “She has not suffered any kind of violence. She says she was not sexually assaulted or raped.
“The author of this very serious crime is a dangerous person, he was also ready to carry out a ‘final ­solution’, as he called it.”
She later claimed that Herba slept next to her in bed during her abduction but never demanded sex from her.
He also reportedly gave her gifts of chocolate and underwear every day she was held.

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