NXIVM: Keith Raniere's attorney asks sex slave witness, did you fantasize about rough sex? - 2019-06-11
Dianne Lipson was in court again yesterday, and here's her report on the Monday testimony at the Nxivm trial…
Morning session: It was still the last bit of direct testimony of the witness. Nicole mentions the girls from Mexico, 15 to 17 years old. They were in Albany for some kind of schooling, and it was set up by Rosa Laura. The contract that Allison Mack's slaves were supposed to sign was shown. It said that what they were doing was voluntary, they were aware of the risks, among the laundry list of risks were physical or psychological injury and economic or emotional loss. There was a no-disclosure and a non-compete agreement, and a transfer agreement related to property. This contract was never signed, as Allison booked a play at that time, and it slipped through the cracks. Nicole requested her collateral after she left. She was trying to trust that they said they would not release it, she knew the company was imploding, but she was still scared. She tried to stay away from everything and get her life together.
On the advice of a friend, Nicole emailed Allison to get her collateral back, especially what related to her family. She wrote that she did not want any drama, she had no intention of talking to anybody, she wanted to tie up loose ends. Nicole says the email was forwarded to Clare and another woman, Dawn.