Dynasty actress Catherine Oxenberg’s dream came true months ago, when her daughter escaped the NXIVM sex cult and returned home to California. Now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report that the former star’s home was completely destroyed in the Woolsey fire.
“They lost everything,” a source close to Catherine told RadarOnline.com.
Catherine, 54, was starting to get her life back on track after she spent nearly the last year petitioning for her daughter to come home safe. She appeared on talk shows and even wrote a book to grab 27-year-old India’s attention.
“They had just moved in to the home four days earlier,” the source added. “It’s very sad, but everyone is ok.”
Mack and Raniere join four other defendants in the high-profile cult case. They face years in prison for racketeering, forced labor and sex trafficking charges.
Catherine recently assessed the damage of her California home. On Monday, she shared a photo on her Instagram showing that a statue was the “only remnant” left.
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The insider added that despite the heartbreak of losing a home, Catherine and her family are “grateful they are all safe.”
The Oxenbergs are currently living elsewhere as they pick up the pieces of the loss.
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