Heiress to Seagram's fortune charged in sex cult - intoxicating details
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Rolling down the street, sipping on Gin and Juice.
You got the Seagrams? You got the heir? Or heiress?
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Well, the HEIRESS is being charged.
She got out but on what?
100 M BOND - that is steep!
Well, not if you are her.
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Bronfman, who appeared in court wearing flip-flops and a T-shirt, didn't comment as she left a federal courthouse in Brooklyn. She was to remain under house arrest following her release.
A former competitor in international equestrian show jumping competitions, Bronfman is accused in an indictment of taking a number of steps to help NXIVM's founder and leader, Keith Raniere, exercise control over members of the upstate New York group, including identity theft, interception of electronic communications and money laundering.
She was part of an "inner circle'' of loyalists who "committed a broad range of serious crimes from identity theft and obstruction of justice to sex trafficking, all to promote and protect Raniere and NXIVM,'' U.S. Attorney Richard Donoghue said in a statement.
Remember, conspiracy is two or more persons committing an unlawful act that causes damage to another. However, when
Authorities allege Bronfman and Raniere worked very closely and “conspired to commit identity theft arising out of a scheme to obtain the email usernames and passwords of perceived enemies and critics of Raniere in order to monitor their electronic communications.”
Sounds a little bit familiar!
Always, two sides to every story like a young Robert Horry with more rings than Barkley but you tell me who got game!
“Over the past months, there have been extensive independent investigations performed, by highly qualified individuals, and they have firmly concluded that there is no merit to the allegations that we are abusing, coercing or harming individuals,” it read in part. “These allegations are most disturbing to me as non-violence is one of my most important values.”