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American multi-level marketing company and sex cult

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NXIVM: American multi-level marketing company and sex cult
NXIVM is a self-proclaimed American multi-level marketing company based in Clifton Park, New York, a suburb of Albany, New York, which offers personal and professional development seminars through its "Executive Success Programs" of large-group awareness training. The company has been widely described as a cult, and is alleged to have been a recruiting platform for a secret society in which women were branded and forced into sexual slavery.

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India Oxenberg Breaks Silence on Life Inside NXIVM | Billboard News [Video]

India Oxenberg Breaks Silence on Life Inside NXIVM | Billboard News

India Oxenberg is breaking her silence on life inside NXIVM, the sex cult led by convicted guru Keith Raniere, who is now facing life in prison.

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Keith Raniere has been convicted to 120 years in prison on several charges, including sex trafficking, racketeering and forced labor conspiracy.
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NXIVM founder Keith Raniere, the subject of HBO's "The Vow," is due in Brooklyn federal court for sentencing Tuesday.
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Heiress who bankrolled NXIVM sentenced to seven years in prison

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