The Celebrity Big Brother star looks stunning in the images for the sixth issue of Sixty6 Magazine.
In the photos, 21-year-old Chloe shows off her sunkissed skin and enviable figure as she soaks in some winter sunshine.
In two of the images, Chloe is laying in a swimming pool wearing a white T-shirt and Armani underpants.
The model has closed her eyes as she turns her face to the sun, running her fingers through her hair.
Another snap shows Chloe topless as she gazes playfully at the camera – her skin freckled from the sun and hair still wet as she pulls the damp T-shirt around her shoulders.
The mother-of-one is in a similar set-up for the fourth pic, her eyes closed dreamily and lips parted as she flaunts her curves for the camera.
Finally, the reality star shows off her pert bottom in a knitted striped romper – which she has pulled down to once again tease her fans with a sultry topless pose.
Chloe first hit the headlines in 2017 after she was kidnapped after being sent on a modelling assignment in Italy.
She was snatched by a sex trafficking gang and held captive for six days in a remote Italian farmhouse.
Chloe told police that she was then drugged and stuffed inside a bag before being auctioned on the dark web for £250,000.
Lukasz Herba was convicted on June 11, 2018, of kidnapping the model and was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
The new photos come just one day after a court heard that Chloe has claimed she is too "vulnerable" to give evidence in person at the trial of another accused kidnapper.
The star was called as a witness at the trial of Lukasz's brother, Michal Herba, 36, but she told prosecutors that she can't travel to Italy for the case because she is "worried".
Herba's defence team ridiculed her claims – making reference to the scantily-clad photos that Chloe posts to her Instagram account and her attendance at showbiz parties.
Lawyer Simone Zancani told the hearing in Milan: "We find it quite hard to believe Ms Ayling says she cannot come to Milan because she is vulnerable.
"It appears she is happy to travel thousands of miles across the world to the west coast of America, to Thailand and to other places for photoshoots.
"You just have to look at her Instagram to see that she is not afraid of travelling to various places across the world and pose in her swimwear for glamorous publicity campaigns."
Mr Zancani continued: "It is only right that she should come to Italy and give evidence in this case.
"There are serious questions that have to be asked of her and aspects of her story just don't add up.
"My client is facing a possible lengthy jail sentence and it is only fair she should be questioned about this whole story."
Michal's brother Lucasz, 31, previously claimed that the kidnap had all been orchestrated by Chloe as a publicity stunt.
During his trial, CCTV was screened showing her holding hands with Lucasz as they went shopping and out for pizza during her six day captivity and she also admitted sharing a bed with him in police interviews.
Speaking to The Sun earlier this year after Lucasz was jailed, Chloe said: "It was six days of hell — and then I had to deal with all the disbelief once I got home. I feel happy now that everyone knows I was telling the truth."
Judges are expected to rule on whether she should testify in person out via video link next month. The trial continues.
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