Kidnapper of Big Brother star Chloe Ayling released from jail after abducting & drugging glamour model

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CHLOE Ayling’s kidnapper has been released from prison after abducting and drugging the glamour model seven-years-ago.

Michal Herba, 42, bound and gagged the TV star, known for her stint on Celebrity Big Brother, before trapping her inside a duffle bag in the horrifying kidnapping for the Black Death sex trafficking gang.

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Michal Herba has been released from jail[/caption]

Chloe Ayling was kidnapped and drugged in 2017
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 Lukasz Herba's jail time has been reduced because he 'acted out of love'
Michal’s brother Lukasz is still in jail for the kidnapping

He was jailed for 16-years in 2019 but his sentence was reduced to only five-years on appeal before he was quietly released 18-months-ago on good behaviour, MailOnline reports.

His brother Lukasz is still behind bars and he is expected to be released early next year.

Michal is now a truck driver living in Szczecin, Poland with his mother in an apartment.

Chloe, 25, was snatched by a sex trafficking gang in 2017 and held captive for six days in a remote Italian farmhouse.

Masked men kidnapped her after luring her to Milan with promises of a lucrative photoshoot which turned out to be fake.

The mum-of-one told police she was then drugged and stuffed inside a bag before being auctioned on the dark web for £250,000 from a group called Black Death.

Chloe broke down in tears at a court hearing as she described the chilling ordeal.

She said: “Straight away I felt drowsy and I fell to the floor unconscious. When I started to wake up I was in a restricted space, I was in a black duffel bag.”

“I had tape all around my mouth and I had handcuffs on my wrists and handcuffs on my ankles.”

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Lukasz Herba was convicted of kidnapping on June 11, 2018.

Who are the Black Death Group?

THE so-called Black Death group is an organisation which claims to be responsible for a network of kidnapping and people trafficking.

Although rumours of its existence have circulated for several years, the kidnapping of Chloe Ayling in Milan is believed to be the only suspected crime authorities have publicly linked it to.

The name is notorious on sections of the internet due to the apparent scale and depravity of its offending, though it’s not clear if its photos touting women for sale are authentic, nor if it is as proficient as it claims to be.

It’s claimed that users of the dark web pay huge fees to buy women who have been kidnapped from across Europe.

A 2015 article by Vice’s Motherboard stated their reporter had found images of women chained up with the victim being offered for sale £115,000.

The BBC has now announced plans for a new drama series based on Chloe’s horrific ordeal.

The show, currently being called Kidnapped, will tell Ayling’s story based on her own book about the event.

It will also draw on detailed research, extensive interviews and documented legal proceedings.

The two brothers signed exclusive contracts with the BBC to allow for the series to be made – but neither will speak, according to reports.

Following the harrowing ordeal, Chloe landed a spot on 2018’s Celebrity Big Brother, where she became the second person to be evicted.

Her appearance on the series is remembered most notably for her growing relationship with footballer Jermaine Pennant, despite him being married.

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Since then she has been posing on Instagram for her wild fans and even has a successful OnlyFans account.

The farmhouse where she was held
The farmhouse where Chloe was held for six days
Chloe was snatched after being lured to a fake photoshoot in Italy
Chloe is well known for her stint on Celebrity Big Brother

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