|Italian investigators re-enact the in-suitcase transportation of a model who was drugged by a group, held in a farmhouse and advertised on the internet for sale as a sex slave
To the young British model, the assignment probably seemed routine: Travel to Milan, pose for a few photographs.
Just another ad campaign, her agency told her.
But when she arrived at an address near Milan’s Central Station, any semblance of routine vanished...“The victim was doped with ketamine,” an Italian prosecutor said at Friday’s arraignment of one of her accused kidnappers, Polish national Lukasz Pawel Herba, 30.
From an original demand of $300,000, the captors reduced their demands to about $60,000, a sum that was never paid.
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