“Black Death” Sex Slavery Kidnapping Appears to be a Hoax Staged by the “Victim” Herself

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 9, 2017

Chloe Ayling: Your standard innocent victim of everything.

It’s looking like this “Black Death” kidnapping was some kind of elaborate publicity stunt that this bitch staged herself.

There are a lot of weird things about this story.

Let start with this one: here she is days after being released, being interviewed outside her home in Britain:

Looking pretty cheery, no?

The weirdness starts with the kidnapping itself. It’s been revealed now that she knew this guy before hand. And they were obviously friends.

He even took her shoe shopping. During the kidnapping.

Daily Mail:

A British model who was kidnapped, drugged, stuffed into a suitcase and held captive for six days as she was auctioned on the dark web as a sex slave was taken on a shopping trip for shoes by her abductor, MailOnline can reveal.

Chloe Ayling had also previously met her kidnapper, Polish odd-job man Lukasz Herba, during a business trip to Paris earlier this year, a friend has revealed.

Herba, 30, later paid her agent cash for the 20-year-old model to fly out to Milan for the fake photo-shoot where she was injected with horse-tranquilizer ketamine, forced into a suitcase and chained to furniture for six days.

She was finally released on July 15 when Herba accompanied her to the British consulate in Milan after claiming the Black Death white slavery gang had kidnapped her by mistake because she was a mother.

A close friend of Miss Ayling told MailOnline: ‘I can’t say too much because Chloe is being debriefed by British police and the Foreign Office, but she did know the man who kidnapped her.

‘She met him in April on a photo shoot she had been on in Paris.

‘He then called her agency and booked her for the photo shoot in Milan. He specifically asked for her.

‘He seemed genuine. He sent previous examples of his work and paid in advance.’

The source added: ‘During the kidnapping Chloe lost her shoes. He took her to buy some new ones during her ordeal.’

Not to state the obvious here, but this means that the communications would have been traceable back to him, after she had been sold to the Arabs. Or whatever.

Plus, the shoe-shopping event would have been on CCTV, with him there.

No professional “Black Death” millioniare gangster kidnapper would do this. Either of those things.

Also, I don’t think a professional sex slave salesman would have a change of conscience when he learned she was a single mom. And if for some reason a professional sex slave salesman did have a change of conscience when he learned she was a single mom, I don’t think he would personally deliver her to the embassy, so he could get arrested. Probably, he would just like, let her out on the street somewhere and drive off.

But he wasn’t a professional kidnapper, as the story was originally told. He was some random Polish immigrant in Britain who worked as a handyman.

Black Death? In a white suit? With a white hat? R U sure?

He’s also now changed his story from that he’s a member of the Black Death to that he has leukemia and was approached for this job by Romanians. The Black Death group appears to not exist.

The Guardian:

The man accused of working with an international crime gang to kidnap a British model and sell her into slavery in an auction on the dark web has been described by Italian police as a fantasist.

Lukasz Pawel Herba, 30, is alleged to have attacked Chloe Ayling when she went to Milan for a photoshoot last month. The 20-year-old told police she was drugged and held against her will. Upon her release six days later, she said she was told a gang called “Black Death” had been behind her abduction.

Herba was arrested after taking Ayling to the British consulate in Milan. He had allegedly planned to sell her for more than £230,000 and demanded a ransom from her agent.

It has been reported that Herba, a Polish national who lives in Britain, handed Ayling a business card advertising the Black Death gang and asked her to publicise the group as he let her go.


Lorenzo Bucossi, a Milan police official, said: “The demands for a ransom were sent from his computer – whether he was operating as part of a group, or made it up, we can’t say.”

Herba’s account to Ayling and the police also appears to have twisted and turned. Officers were quoted by local media as describing him as a “dangerous person with traces of mythomania”.

Despite his reported claim that he belonged to the gang, Herba is also said to have told police he had leukaemia and, desperate for money, came into contact with a group of Romanians in Birmingham, who pressured him into involvement in the kidnapping.

Europol said on Monday it had only one mention of a gang named Black Death on its database, which did not necessarily suggest it existed. A spokesman said the information had been passed to one of Europol’s members, but declined to elaborate.

The bitch herself is now off the rails.

After giving all of these cheery interviews, she has now said she isn’t doing anymore interviews after people were like “why didn’t you just run away when you went shoe shopping?”

She has, however, announced that she will be doing a nude photoshoot to help her cope with the trauma.


Chloe Ayling’s agent has said it is “hard” to answer whether she has any doubts about the model’s alleged kidnapping in Milan, and has revealed the 20-year-old did a topless photoshoot on Tuesday as a way of “coping” with the trauma.

Ayling shot to fame over the weekend after saying she had been auctioned by a criminal gang as a sex slave on the dark web for more than £230,000 ($298,000), but was released when her captors in Italy found out she was a mother.

Since then, doubts have emerged around the story, with questions being raised about why Ayling had been on a shopping trip for shoes and groceries with her kidnapper during the time she was allegedly being held captive.

Asked on This Morning whether she had any doubts about the story, her agent, Carla Bellucci, said: “I mean, that is so hard. I’ve only spoken to Chloe briefly. Um, that is such a hard one.”


She went on to describe her as a “beautiful girl… just a little naive.” She added that “like everybody, they go into this industry wanting to be famous. I think she was willing to go all the way, which obviously, she wants to be known which is fine.”

In a separate interview with BBC Derbyshire, Bellucci said she understood Ayling was doing a Page 3 photoshoot on Tuesday.

“For me, I wouldn’t – I think that would be the last thing on my mind,” Bellucci added.

She said she had spoken to Ayling on Sunday and discussed meeting up, but she believed she couldn’t do so today due to the photoshoot.

“She has her reasons, and maybe it’s her way of dealing what’s happened to her – to get back out there, maybe it’s her way of coping.”

Ayling had “always wanted to be a glamor model” and that hasn’t changed, Bellucci said.

Meanwhile, her Italian lawyer is on the defensive.

Ayling’s lawyer, Francesco Pesce, said he believes she is telling the truth and that the authorities have satisfied themselves about any doubts in her story. He said anyone who thinks she is lying is “evil.”



Well, buddy, lemme tell ya – I’ve been called that before.

“The story is frankly incredible. Why would the captor bring the detainee to the police, to the consulate? However, everything matched out and the story turned out to be true,” he told Sky News.

Pesce said Ayling’s story had convinced the prosecution, the police, and the judge who had conducted pre-trial hearings enough that proceedings were still ongoing.

“There must be some clarification on some elements, however I believe the investigators will be excellent in doing their job and everything will emerge.”

He also addressed questions around the shopping trip. He said that despite her being let out into public, she did not feel safe enough to escape.

“What she told me and the police before me is that she was told by the captor… that other people that were affiliated to this Black Death organization were watching her.

“So even if they tried to flee she would be killed. So that’s duress. That’s a state of psychological subjugation.”

He also responded to claims Ayling had met her captor previously, when they had both been caught up in a terrorist shooting in Paris in April.

“There was no relationship between the two. And what I believe is the investigators thoroughly searched everything, and if they had any doubts that she was involved to some extent she wouldn’t have gone back to England.”


His argument is: “the Italian authorities couldn’t possibly be that stupid.”

Of course, people tend to believe women… especially ones who have allegedly been abused by an evil man.

He is very young, and does not seem to believe what he is saying.

Here is part of an interview with him with subtitles.

He blames all questions about the story on the same thing that everyone who gets questioned about anything blames things on these days: fake news websites.

Also worthy of note is that her ex-boyfriend claims she was obsessed with fame.

This girl? Dishonest? Shocking.

And he doesn’t really seem to believe the story either. But also, you know, doesn’t wanna call baby mama a liar.

Daily Mail:

The ex-boyfriend of the British model who was kidnapped in Italy has said she ‘just loves the camera’ after she posed within hours of her safe return to the UK.

Conor Keyes said he did not know what to make of claims Chloe Ayling was nearly auctioned as a sex slave.

Mr Keyes, who is also the father of Miss Ayling’s 21-month-old son, appeared to be surprised that the model posed in a skimpy top and hot pants outside her mother’s home in south London on her return.

‘Apparently she got put into a suitcase, jabbed with ketamine – all this craziness,’ Mr Keyes, 21, told the Mail. ‘If that happened to me I wouldn’t be outside smiling, I wouldn’t want to talk to people. But that’s just the sort of person she is maybe. She just loves the camera.’

Speaking at his home in Hackney, east London, he added: ‘I don’t know what to make of it.

‘It’s a weird situation. People on my side are saying it’s mad, but other people are saying it could be true.’ Mr Keyes described her as being ‘100 per cent focused on her modelling career’ and said their son Ashton spends much of the time with him because Miss Ayling is often abroad on photoshoots.

Yeah, she sure did look cheery…


What I Think Probably Actually Happened

At this point, we don’t know exactly what happened, but it is clearly beyond absurd to suppose that the story is true.

I’m gonna go ahead and guess that she staged the whole thing herself.

Poor Lukasz is a beta cuck, perhaps slightly mentally unstable, who she got to go along with this by jiggling her tits. She probably also promised him some money, telling him that the ransom would be paid.

The REAL victim here. Also, the lawyer. And the baby daddy. I would assume every man she has ever had any interaction with is some kind of victim.

It could be that there are actual gypsies involved somewhere (the “Romanians” he spoke of). She could have given them this guys name – since she already knew him – and got him to go along with it.

Whatever the case, it is now clear that this story is not real.

I don’t think anyone could have believed for long that sex slavers cared about pregnant mothers, or that a sex slaver would personally drop a victim off at an embassy and give her a card telling her to advertise his sex slavery group before being immediately arrested. But the shoe shopping thing sealed it. Now the story is being questioned, and it is falling apart, and her poor Italian lawyer is left claiming that fake news on the internet engaging in Chloe kidnapping denial are evil like the Holocaust deniers.

Anyway, this is all going to come undone in the next 48 hours.

You heard it here first, folks.

This is the nature of the woman unleashed.