A split from NXIVM - 2014-05-12

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F0.png A split from NXIVM May 12, 2014, James M. Odato, Albany Times Union

A close lieutenant of NXIVM founder Keith Raniere has broken with his Colonie-based life-coaching enterprise and fled with her young son from his inner circle, according to court papers filed as part of a federal lawsuit.

"I have completely left NXIVM and New York," says an email message said to have been sent by Kristin M. Keeffe; the email was quoted in court papers filed by New Jersey attorney Peter Skolnik, the lawyer for Rick Ross, leader of an organization called the Cult Education Institute. Ross has been sued by NXIVM, which denies that it is a cult, for publicizing portions of its training program.

That email and others alleged to have been sent by Keeffe and quoted in the court filing include numerous untested allegations, and refer to Keeffe's turning over to the authorities "evidence of massive criminal conduct" by Raniere as well as NXIVM President Nancy Salzman and Clare Bronfman, who oversees its operations.

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{{cite news | author = James M. Odato | title = A split from NXIVM | url = http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/A-split-from-NXIVM-5468731.php | work = Albany Times Union | date = May 12, 2014 | accessdate = October 27, 2017 }}