Catherine Oxenberg’s Daughter India Escapes NXIVM Sex Cult

Catherine Oxenberg’s daughter, India, has escaped the NXIVM sex cult, can report.

A source close to the Oxenberg family exclusively told that India has parted ways with the organization whose leaders are currently awaiting trial for leading a sex slave ring.

“She’s out!” the source exclaimed.

India’s exit from the cult comes after she spent years working underneath Smallville actress Allison Mack, who is now facing criminal charges for allegedly working as the top slave master for NXIVM's founder, Keith Raniere.

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Catherine has made countless desperate attempts to save India from the group in recent years. In her new book, Captive: A Mother’s Crusade to Save Her Daughter from a Terrifying Cult, the concerned mother wrote about the disturbing teachings she uncovered about NXIVM. She claimed the organization taught members that women were “overemotional and weak-willed.”

India admitted to being branded with Mack and Raniere’s initials with a hot cauterizing iron, Catherine wrote.

The former Dynasty actress also hinted to her daughter’s departure from the cult on Dateline NBC.

“She figured it out. She did it. She’s the hero in all of this,” Catherine told the outlet.

As readers know, Raniere is currently behind bars while his five NXIVM counterparts are out on bail. The sick cult leaders smiled at a reunion in court last month and are expected to appear again in September.


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