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Sarah Edmondson dedicated 12 years of her life to the notorious cult-like group NXIVM and her new memoir reveals the physical and mental anguish she and other female members endured in what U. S federal prosecutors called a secret society of "sex slaves. Scarred details the physical and mental abuse members endured, including being forced to maintain a restricted diet and recruit other women as "slaves" for leader Keith Raniere.
Raniere, who formed what would become NXIVM inwas found guilty in a New York court in June of sex trafficking and other charges under which he was accused of coercing women into sex, using systematic shame and humiliation. Edmondson said in hindsight there were red flags from the beginning, such as having to bow to Raniere, being told to call him Vanguard and ultimately, ing four other women in an Albany, N.
The author likened her experience to being in an abusive relationship and said it wasn't one incident, but an accumulation of events, that eventually prompted her to flee.
Before growing disillusioned, Edmondson recruited hundreds of other people to the group who also paid to take part in various workshops. Her new book reveals how what she believed was a self-improvement group proved to be a dangerous cult-like society that coerced women into sex.
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