Chloe Ayling is “retiring” from the public eye – at least for a little while.
Caught up in a whirlwind of attention since her kidnapping, from media to the police to mean model friends mocking her, Ayling announced her public hiatus on Monday morning.
Appearing on the ITV show This Morning, the British model assured fans that she would be back with either a book or a documentary detailing her experience, reports Daily Mail:
“It’s been non stop – the kidnap, then the police, then the media – I haven’t had a chance to sit back and take it in.
“It’s good to take opportunities to raise awareness about the situation. I’d like to maybe do a book or documentary to spread the word, really.
“If I could use the lessons I’ve learned and my situation to help others, that would be amazing.”
Ayling become the focus of heated public attention after she was dropped off at the British consulate in Milan. She had allegedly been kidnapped as a potential sex slave, but was released after the kidnappers learnt she was a mother.
Read all about that here.
The images below, which reportedly accompanied the advert have since emerged, and they show what adverts on the dark web look like when trying to sell potential sex slaves.
Trigger warning as you may find these pretty upsetting:
Whether or not you believe the model’s story – many on Twitter are accusing her of lying – the idea of it is still flipping scary.
Be careful out there.
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