Dynasty Star Catherine Oxenberg Is Fighting To Save Her Daughter From Controversial Cult-Like Group That Allegedly Brands Women

This is pretty frightening!

Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg is desperately trying to remove her 26-year-old daughter, India, by a controversial group the actress alleges has “brainwashed” her oldest daughter. The so-called “self-improvement app,” Nxivm, is led by Keith Raniere and is even believed to brand the women of a “secret sisterhood.”

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According to the 56-year-old, India has gotten tremendously involved in the business within the past couple of years, and has even cut off communication with her family following a suspicious visit This past Year, where she told her mom:

“Mom, my hair was falling out, and I have not had a period in a year. Perhaps I need to see a physician?”

Catherine’s buddy, Bonnie Piesse, recently left the group earlier this year and told the anxious mother:

“You need to save your daughter. You need to save India.”

Adding of the time

“India was in a bad situation. One time she told me that she was not going to eat for three times [out of] penance to attempt to correct her behavior.”

Still another former member calls her experience of being at the group “the most painful, traumatic moment of my entire life,” after she was branded on her lower hip with Raniere’s initials.

After ignoring her mother’s attempts to save her, India shared with her Facebook webpage:

This is a situation!!

We will keep you updated as we learn more.

[Picture via Dimitri Halkidis/WENN. ]

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