Keith Raniere, the man who was the leader of sex cult group NXIVM and sexually assaulted women, has been sentenced to 120 years in prison on Tuesday, October 27, OK! has learned.
Raniere, 60, was convicted on federal sex trafficking, racketeering and possession of child pornography charges after he formed the controversial group. The NXIVM founder, who branded young woman he kept as sex slaves, is now the second member of the group to be sentenced in this case, which shocked the globe.
Before he was sentenced, the criminal arrived to the Brooklyn federal court house in an unmarked car. Raniere’s victims were supposed to speak over the course of the sentencing.
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Nicki Clyne — who is wedded to fellow NXIVM cult member Allison Mack — made a trip to the courthouse to support Raniere.
“Keith maintains his innocence. It’s a very sad day for him,” ……
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