Glamour model Chloe Ayling tells court she was injected with ketamin by 'Black ...

Kidnap victim Chloe Ayling told an Italian court today how she was injected with ketamin by her 'Black Death' kidnappers but then admitted lying to police about her own drug use.

The 21-year-old glamour model was being quizzed for a second day about her role in the 2017 kidnapping plot for which Lukasz Herba was jailed last year for 16 years.

His brother Michal is now on trial accused of helping with the plot but both men claim Ayling helped stage the six day kidnap to boost her modelling career.

She insists she was drugged, stuffed into a large black suitcase and told she would be sold as a sex slave, with prices starting at 300 Euros. 

Today, giving evidence to the court in Milan via video link from Westminster Magistrates Court in London, Ayling was questioned about her drug habits.

She admitted taking cocaine, contradicting a police statement she made in July 2017 when she said she had never taken drugs.

Kidnap victim Chloe Ayling told an Italian court today how she was injected with ketamin by her 'Black Death' kidnappers but then admitted lying to police about her own drug habits

Kidnap victim Chloe Ayling told an Italian court today how she was injected with ketamin by her 'Black Death' kidnappers but then admitted lying to police about her own drug habits

The 21-year-old glamour model was being quizzed for a second day about her role in the 2017 kidnapping plot for which one man was jailed last year. A second man is now on trial but claims that Ayling helped stage the six day kidnap to boost her modelling career

The 21-year-old glamour model was being quizzed for a second day about her role in the 2017 kidnapping plot for which one man was jailed last year. A second man is now on trial but claims that Ayling helped stage the six day kidnap to boost her modelling career

Michal Herba, 37, (above)  is accused of helping his brother Lukasz to carry out the July 2017 kidnapping

Michal Herba, 37, (above)  is accused of helping his brother Lukasz to carry out the July 2017 kidnapping

Ayling insists she was drugged, stuffed into a large black suitcase (above) and told she would be sold as a sex slave, with her price starting at 300 Euros

Ayling insists she was drugged, stuffed into a large black suitcase (above) and told she would be sold as a sex slave, with her price starting at 300 Euros

Ayling insisted she was not a habitual user: ‘I do not use drugs. I tried cocaine once at a party. I do not take drugs on a regular basis.’ 

Asked how she knew she had been injected with ketamin, she told the court Lukasz Herba had told her he had used the powerful tranquiliser to knock her out at the start of the abduction. She denied knowing the quantity that was used.

Ayling, from Coulsdon, Surrey, was lured to Milan for a fake photoshoot before being drugged, handcuffed and bundled into a suitcase during a six-day ordeal in July 2017. 

She was driven over 100 miles to a remote rented farmhouse in the Piedmont region where the bothers claimed they worked for a gang called Black Death. 

Under further questioning today, Ayling denied cashing in on the kidnapping – despite writing a book about her ordeal and later appearing on Big Brother.

The model said she had faced ‘lies and public scrutiny’ which did little to boost her reputation.

Prosecutor Paolo Storari asked if she used the kidnapping in Milan in 2017 to her advantage, ‘without any moral judgement’.

Giving evidence to the court in Milan via video link from London for a second day, Ayling was questioned about her drug habits. She admitted taking cocaine, contradicting a police statement she made in July 2017 when she said she had never taken drugs

Giving evidence to the court in Milan via video link from London for a second day, Ayling was questioned about her drug habits. She admitted taking cocaine, contradicting a police statement she made in July 2017 when she said she had never taken drugs

Asked how she knew she had been injected with ketamin, she told the court Lukasz Herba had told her he had used the powerful tranquiliser to knock her out at the start of the abduction. The model refused to attend in person saying she was too afraid to face her alleged kidnapper

Asked how she knew she had been injected with ketamin, she told the court Lukasz Herba had told her he had used the powerful tranquiliser to knock her out at the start of the abduction. The model refused to attend in person saying she was too afraid to face her alleged kidnapper

An Italian police officer has previously demonstrated how Ms Ayling could have been kept in a bag

An Italian police officer has previously demonstrated how Ms Ayling could have been kept in a bag

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