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What It Was Like to Date a Cult Leader
Toni Natalie dated Keith Raniere in the years before he formed NXIVM. Her book about that experience, called
, is out now.
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Founder of NXIVM Sex Cult Found Guilty on All Counts
Keith Raniere faces life in prison for sex trafficking and racketeering.
The Most Harrowing Testimonies From NXIVM ‘Sex Slaves’
What former alleged “sex slaves” have said on the stand during founder Keith Raniere’s trial.
The NXIVM Trial Keeps Getting More and More Disturbing
High-ranking members of the alleged sex cult have started their testimonies against the group’s founder.
How the Leader of Alleged Cult NXIVM Tried to ‘Break’ Women
Some female members were put on 300-calorie-a-day diets, said a witness, becoming so thin, they looked “translucent.”
NXIVM ‘Sex Slave’ Gives Harrowing Testimony in Court
Sylvie was the first alleged victim of Raniere’s to testify against him in his long-awaited trial.
The Most Disturbing Details From the NXIVM Sex-Cult Case
“NXIVM was a crime organization and Keith Raniere was a crime boss,” U.S. Attorney Tanya Hajjar said on the first day of trial.
Leader of Alleged Sex Cult NXIVM Hit With Child Porn Charges
Prosecutors say Keith Raniere had sex with a 15-year-old girl who he later made his “slave.”
Sex Cult NXIVM Was Allegedly Planning to Infiltrate the Mexican Government
Keith Raniere, founder of the alleged sex cult, was very close with the former Mexican president’s son.
Seagram Heiress Arrested for Ties to Alleged Sex Cult NXIVM
Clare Bronfman and three others were arrested for allegedly recruiting and grooming “sex slaves” for NXIVM’s founder.
Allison Mack Says She Came Up With Idea to Brand NXIVM’s ‘Sex Slaves’
To her, a tattoo wasn’t enough.
Founder of Alleged ‘Sex Cult’ Arrested and Charged With Sex Trafficking
Women in Nxivm were reportedly branded and referred to as “slaves.”