Seagram’s Heiress Sentenced In Nxivm Sex Trafficking Ring Case

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An heiress to the Seagram’s liquor fortune has been sentenced to nearly seven years in prison for fraud and forced labor as a leading member of Nxivma cult-like self-help group accused of holding women captive and coercing them into having sex with the group’s leader.

Clare Bronfman, 41, was a member of Nxivm — pronounced Nehk-see-um — for 15 years, eventually joining its executive board and bankrolling numerous lawsuits against critics of the secretive organization led by Keith Raniere.

Bronfman pleaded guilty to felony charges of harboring a woman who was in the U.S. illegally and the fraudulent use of a deceased person’s identity.

In a hearing that went on for more than three hours, U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis scolded Bronfman for using her fortune to protect Raniere even after she became aware of the sex trafficking ring.

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