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When she got there, her lawyer said, a man grabbed her by the neck while another injected her with a dose of the anaesthetic ketamine "strong enough to knock her to the ground".
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Ms Ayling initially told Milan police she was held, at times with her hands and feet cuffed to a dresser, at a remote farmhouse for six days and never left the dwelling until he released her at the British consulate.
On Sunday, almost three weeks after she says she was released, Ms Ayling returned to Britain.
Mr Green said Italian police held her passport and would not let her leave the country until she gave evidence at a pre-trial hearing and visited the crime scene with detectives last week."I've feared for my life, second by second, minute by minute, hour by hour."Mr Green, who runs the Supermodel Agency with which Ms Ayling is affiliated, said on Monday that she was undergoing "debriefing" with government officials and the police and could not speak further to the press.
Ms Ayling told police she had been lured to Milan last month for a photo shoot.