Catherine Oxenberg has spoken out following the conviction of NXIVM chief Keith Raniere.
The dishonored self-improvement guru was sentenced to 120 years in prison on Monday in a federal case accusing him of sex crimes, conspiracy and racketeering.
Among the former members was Oxenberg’s daughter.
After her daughter India fell victim to the cult, the “Dynasty” actress openly campaigned to help save her daughter and end the horrors of NXIVM’s master-slave sisterhood, also known as DOS. .
KEITH RANIERE, FOUNDER OF THE SELF-HELP GROUP NXIVM, SENTENCED TO 120 YEARS IN PRISON IN A CASE OF SEXUAL TRAFFICKING
Now, after Raniere’s conviction, the actress has shared her thoughts.
On Twitter, a journalist noted that “Raniere professed his innocence in court, claimed the victims were lying in their statements and then said he was” deeply remorseful “.
Oxenberg did not buy it, however.
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“Only a monster would discredit its victims,” she answered. “Remorse for what?” Himself? Typical sociopath. ”
Earlier today, the 59-year-old star also took to Instagram to wish her daughter the best of luck in the courtroom.
“My darling, India, is in court today, reading her victim impact statement. I send love and support, ”the loving mother wrote. “This is the first time she will address her attacker Keith Raniere – a man who has no moral compass. Finally, he is held responsible for his crimes. Pray for life without parole. ”
She concluded: “Let no one be harmed by him again. ”
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NXIVM and Raniere were the subject of two television documentaries this year, HBO’s “The Vow” and the Starz series “Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult”.
Raniere’s conviction comes weeks after Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman, 41, was sentenced to almost seven years in prison for her role in the federal conspiracy case. Prosecutors had only asked for five years.
Along with Bronfman, Raniere’s teachings have earned him the dedication of Hollywood actors, including Allison Mack of “Smallville.” Mack has also pleaded guilty and is awaiting sentencing.
Prosecutors said Raniere, 60, had run what amounted to a criminal enterprise, inducing shame and guilt to influence and control the co-conspirators who helped recruit and prepare sex partners for Raniere.
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Tyler McCarthy of The Associated Press and Fox News contributed to this report