New details are surfacing about Black Death, the group accused of kidnapping a British model with the purposes of trafficking her online.
Twenty-year-old Chloe Ayling was allegedly abducted and held hostage in Italy after showing up for a fake photo shoot. She was released after six days and spoke out in a statement. According to the New York Daily News, a letter was found on the victim’s computer from the kidnappers that dictated rules for her release, including talking to the media.
The letter claimed Ayling “agreed to sneak a pre-determined set of information into the media” and the kidnappers state, “we will expect to see evidence that has been done in near future,” per British publication The Independent.
The letter reportedly claims the kidnapping, which included Ayling being stuffed into a suitcase and threatened to being sold to men overseas on the Dark Web, was intended to drum up publicity for the group.