Dark web offered sex slave shopping list
The British model kidnapped by the twisted denizens of the dark web was offered for sale as a sex slave for $300,000, according to media reports.
A troubling flier listed 20-year-old Chloe Ayling's age, measurements, and even when the “auction” would take place.
And her kidnappers also offered a list of “sex slave client services,” The U.K. Sun reports.
The white slavery ring also boasted they “do not sell girls that are terminally ill, pregnant, have STDs or are young mothers.”
According to the Sun — based on e-mails they obtained — the women and girls would be auctioned to the highest bidder within a week of being snatched. It also said doctors tested the girls for STDs and pureness.
Ayling, 20, a topless model, was held captive for six days after being lured to Italy with the promise of a big bucks photo shoot.
The cult that grabbed the young model called itself Black Death.
Neighbours of the suspected kidnapper, Lukasz Herba, said weird banging noises could be heard coming from the Italian farmhouse where she was held.
But Ayling reportedly told her kidnappers she had a two-year-old son at home and they released her.
Meanwhile, her lawyer scoffed at reports that the kidnapping was a ruse — even though she went shoe shopping with Herba.
“She was told that she was going to be sold to somebody in the Middle East for sex,” Francesco Pesce told the BBC. “She was told that people were there watching her and ready to kill her if she tried anything.”
Looking to avoid conflict with her kidnapper, Ayling agreed to go shoe shopping.
Italian detectives say they believe the young woman’s story.
The distraught woman told cops that Herba gave her underwear and chocolate every morning. He did not harm or sexually assault her, she told detectives.
In Milan, Herba told investigators that three Romanians affiliated with the criminal syndicate planned to snatch the Brit beauty and he was unaware of the scheme.
Police said they are looking for as many as four accomplices.
Her captor also informed her of Black Death’s supposed conditions for her release: Publicizing its activities, never speaking ill of the group and getting British police to drop any investigations of it.