REPORT: Sex cult trying to intimidate witnesses, prosecutors say


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The leaders of upstate sex slave cult Nxivm have been trying to undermine potential witnesses by registering websites in their names and threatening to reveal damaging information about them, according to federal prosecutors.

When word got out that the Feds were investigating the organization, “high-ranking members … undertook efforts to undermine potential witnesses, including by registering domain names such as [Witness Name], with the intention of publishing damaging information regarding those witnesses,” prosecutors wrote in court papers Friday.

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The information was given as justification for requesting hefty bond for Allison Mack, the “Smallville” actress who allegedly lured “slaves” into the group then blackmailed them into having sex with its leader, Keith Raniere.

Both Mack and Raniere face charges of sex trafficking and forced labor for Nxivm’s twisted secret society, which was known as “The Vow” and “DOS.”

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