The jurors at the trial of guru Nxivma Keith Ranieri first examined his alleged "sexual lair".
Videos released by Brooklyn federal prosecutors show that the “executive library” of the accused sex leader in Crescent, New York, is equipped with shelves of books, boards and computers – in addition to the bed hanging above the hot tub, according to court documents.
According to the New York Post, Ranier allegedly had sex with at least two of his “slaves” in the library.
Prosecutors say they found a hard drive with child pornography and explicit photos of Nxivm members inside the library.
Although the house belonged to Nxivm President Nancy Salzmann, Ranier spent most of his time in a spacious room on the second floor, where there was also a bathroom with a sauna.
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The jury, who sat on the 58-year-old human trafficking case, was shown disturbing cadres in which Ranier jokes about bestiality and calls women a "pig."
Then he adds that “teasing a woman about her smell, saying that she is a fish hole, this is official, she is a fish hole” – this is worse.
In the video guru surrounded by two women with whom he lived at the time. Women were identified in court by the director and former Nxivm member Marc Vicente.
The woman in the frame is Pam Kafritz, Ranierra's longtime friend, who died of cancer in 2016. The other woman in the video was determined in court only as “Mariana” and shares the child with the alleged leader of the cult.
Nxivm claimed to be a self-help group, but it was claimed that there was a secret society in which women were ashamed to have sex and brand the initials of Raniera in their pelvis.
Last month, Smallville star Allison Mack pleaded guilty to blackmail two women who have become sex slaves.
Ranier is accused of heading a secret society in Nxivm, called DOS, who starved and branded women who were forced to have sex with him. He was also charged with sex trafficking and possession of child pornography. He pleaded not guilty.
– from the New York Post