Lawyer of British model Chloe Ayling, who was allegedly kidnapped by a Polish citizen in Milan in July, said that the suspicion of the woman being involved in her own kidnapping «runs counter to any logic», speaking from Milan, Tuesday. The attorney, Francesco Pesce, said that while the story Ayling provided on her ordeal has «some unclear elements», it “runs counter to logic” that she had been... Еще involved in her own reported kidnapping. “If it was a legitimate doubt, [magistrates and investigators] wouldn't have allowed her to take a plane to London at the end of the investigations that saw her involved”, Pesce said. Pesce explained that if the model had been involved then «investigators would have probably retained her on Italian soil far beyond the completing of the inquiries.» The 20-year-old model from Coulsdon told authorities that she was drugged and kidnapped on July 11, as she was on her way to a photo shoot near to Milan's central station. Ayling alleges that Polish national Lukasz Herba intended on selling her as a sex slave on the Dark Web. The model also said that Herba himself released her on July 17, after he learned from her that she is a mother, and that he then accompanied her to the British consulate in Milan.