‘I did things for him like fashion shows and shoots, but all turned out to be fake,’ she told The Sun.
‘They really wanted me to go to Milan but I didn’t have a passport to go.’
‘At the time, I cried for months, going, “Oh, all the other girls have gone, and I didn’t get to go.”
‘It broke my heart, and I almost gave up modelling.
‘Then after a few years a policeman called my mum and said the agency were selling girls as prostitutes abroad.
‘A lot of them were sent to Russia. It wasn’t Milan at all.