Catherine Oxenberg claimed she tried to warn Allison Mack's parents about the dangers of the twisted NXIVM organization but was ultimately ignored, RadarOnline.com can report.
The former Dynasty actress whose daughter India, 27, escaped NXIVM's alleged sex ring in 2018 claimed she tried contacting Allison's parents while she was concerned about her own daughter's safety.
A fan who read Catherine's book about her pursuit to save India from Keith Raniere's alleged sex crimes questioned if she ever was in contact with Allison's mother and father.
"I tried but to no avail!" Catherine responded to the fan along with a sad face emoji.
Fast forward to present day, and Allison is facing significant jail time for multiple counts of racketeering and sex trafficking. The former actress is accused of blackmailing, threatening and recruiting sex slaves.
The claim is shocking considering Allison's mother Mindy appeared in court last April to co-sign a $5 million bond that would allow her daughter to be released from jail.
Allison was sentenced to house arrest at her parents' California home as she awaits trial. She is currently fitted with an electronic monitoring bracelet.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Catherine alleged that Allison recruited her daughter India has a sex slave. The concerned mother also claimed that Allison would control alleged slaves' eating and sleeping habits.
For the last two years, Catherine went on numerous television shows to plea for India's safe return.
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In the summer of 2018, sources confirmed to RadarOnline.com that India had finally escaped.
Allison is expected in federal court next month alongside her co-defendants.
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