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Children Exposed To NXIVM Sex Cult At YMCA Recruitment Conferences, Docs Claim

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May. 7 2018, Updated 9:07 p.m. ET

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In a shocking discovery, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that children were exposed to notorious sex cult NXIVM at YMCA recruitment conferences.

According to a New York State Department of Health investigation into NXIVM doctor Brandon Porter, "50 to 60 children" attended an event of up to 400 people for the disgraced organization at the Silver Bay YMCA in New York in August 2016.

In a shocking twist, During the conference, "many of the attendees and most of the children became ill with an undetermined infectious disease."

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"The individuals who became ill suffered, inter alia, flu-like symptoms, vomiting and diarrhea," the report continued.

Porter was accused of failing to report the incident.

The discovery comes on the heels of a New York State Office For Professional Medical Conduct (OMPC) report accusing Dr. Porter of conducting illegal human experiments.

Porter, 44, who is described as the resident doctor for NXIVM, has been accused of gross negligence, gross incompetence, and moral unfitness for forcibly showing members of the cult videos of murders and dismemberment. The alleged victims were connected to an EEG machine at the time to monitor their heart rates and reactions.

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The OMPC has set a hearing for Porter on June 27 to determine whether his license should be revoked following the claims. Criminal charges could follow after a verdict has been reached.

As Radar previously reported, Smallville actress Allison Mack has been charged with sex trafficking for her alleged role as a recruiter for the cult, while leader Keith Raniere is facing charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor.

Alleged victims have claimed women were forced to have sex with Raniere, and were malnourished and sleep deprived.

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