Model's reps say her ordeal was real despite shoe shopping
August 9, 2017
MILAN (AP) — A model who claimed she was kidnapped in Italy and held captive in a remote farmhouse was spotted shopping with her alleged captor during the time she said she was being held, according to court documents obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press.
Chloe Ayling initially told Milan police she was held for six days, at times with her hands and feet cuffed to a dresser, until one of her kidnappers released her at the British consulate in Milan on July 17.
But on the second day of questioning, detectives presented the 20-year-old with a statement from a saleswoman who said she sol...