Desperate For Bail: NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Requests Prison Release On $10M Bond

NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere is desperate to get out of prison, has exclusively learned.

According to federal court documents obtained by, Raniere’s lawyers requested that the alleged sex ring leader be released from prison a $10 million bond.

Raniere’s lawyers said the sex trafficking suspect asks “only to be released from prison so that he and his lawyers may wage this exhaustive and important fight.”

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Raniere and his alleged co-conspirator, actress Allison Mack, face sex trafficking charges. Under the co-defendants authority, NXIVM has been accused of branding, blackmailing and sexually assaulting its members.

In the court filing, Raniere requests that he receive “around-the-clock security” if released on bail.


Additionally, Raniere’s lawyers state that he would comply with traveling within the Eastern and Southern districts of New York, surrendering his passport and “strict pretrial services supervision.”

Allison Mack

The jailbird also requests that he receive home detention with GPS monitoring, access to a computer and access to one telephone.

The documents also state that Raniere “will not directly or indirectly associate or have contact, outside the presence of his counsel, with his co-defendants, alleged co-conspirators or any individual currently or formerly employed by or associated with NXIVM.”

As readers know, Mack was released from prison on a $5 million bond in April. She is confined to house arrest with a GPS device. Unlike Raniere’s request, Mack is not allowed access to a computer.

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