Dozens of Canadians included in lawsuit over alleged abuse by NXIVM sex-cult leadership - 2020-02-11

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F182.png Dozens of Canadians included in lawsuit over alleged abuse by NXIVM sex-cult leadership February 11, 2020, Jason Proctor, CBC News

A Vancouver woman who went public with allegations of sex slavery inside a cult-like self-empowerment group is among more than three dozen Canadians who are part of a lawsuit against the organization's inner circle.

Sarah Edmondson is suing the leaders of NXIVM — along with two heiresses of the Seagram's liquor fortune — for emotional and financial harm the actress claims to have suffered as a result of being intimidated and harassed as well as being branded with the initials of group leader Keith Raniere.

Edmondson and her husband are among a handful of named plaintiffs in a lawsuit together with 80 anonymous claimants — including 28 Canadian women and 13 Canadian men.

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{{cite news | first = Jason | last = Proctor | title = Dozens of Canadians included in lawsuit over alleged abuse by NXIVM sex-cult leadership | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/nxivm-lawsuit-sex-cult-1.5458522 | work = CBC News | date = February 11, 2020 | accessdate = February 12, 2020 }}