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Raniere and his top lieutenants allegedly knew that "some of what they were doing ... was not kosher."
"Although my body may be burned or tortured or whatever, my love is stronger, and it is the love of saints, it is the love of the purest beings that walk the earth."
"They should probably say that before they're held down, so it doesn't seem like they're being coerced."
"He said [the dungeon] was for the people most committed to growth."
Allison Mack may also testify in a trial where the jury will hear about alleged cult leader Keith Raniere's habit of treating abortion like standard birth control.
The former 'Smallville' actor pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering conspiracy and one count of racketeering, charges that carry a 20-year prison sentence.
Lauren Salzman admitted in court that she held a woman against her will for two years, under threat of deportation.
On Wednesday, the sex cult's co-founder pleaded guilty to racketeering, while its leader—Keith Raniere—was hit with a fresh round of damning charges.
Raniere's lawyer penned a 13-page plea—complete with footnotes and appendix—for his client's release pending trial.
Seagram's heiress and alleged sex cult benefactor Clare Bronfman would like a little latitude in her current home confinement, and has requested that a Brooklyn judge let her visit Manhattan while she awaits trial.
They are accused of sex trafficking, forced labor conspiracy, and identity theft.
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