Prosecutors in Italy said Herba was linked to the Black Death criminal organisation that works on the dark web.
Corriere della Sera, a Milan newspaper, reported that the kidnapper let his victim go because he discovered she had a child and considered her unsuitable for the sex trade. Italian authorities believe that no ransom was paid for her release.
As she was released on July 17th, her captor told her: "Our rules exclude mothers". It is unclear if she attempted to gather the money.
The woman, who has not been named, was allegedly kidnapped by two men on 11 July as she turned up for a fake photo shoot.
Officers are now investigating the incident after the man was captured with the model. He was jailed for investigation of suspected kidnapping for extortion purposes.
A spokesperson for the Foreign Office confirmed they are "providing consular support to a British woman in Italy and are in touch with local authorities".
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