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Thousands have enrolled in NXIVM, what appears to be a self-improvement organization. Now, women have come forward describing abuses ranging from branding and rape to starvation. Crime correspondent Melissa Moore visits Albany, NY to investigate.
Lawyer Peter L. Skolnik, who has represented several NXIVM members, shares his opinion about the organization. Then, guest Toni, a former NXIVM member and girlfriend of NXIVM leader Keith Raniere, opens up about her experience.
Cult expert and author Rick Ross compares the NXIVM organization to a cult and shares his advice for members who want to leave the group. Plus, guest Susan, a former NXIVM member and employee, shares why she left.
Dr. Oz shares a statement from a website for Executive Success Programs, the company linked to NXIVM and author Rick Ross shares his response.
Dr. Oz and crime correspondent Melissa Moore introduce the story of Sharon Tate, the actress who was murdered along with her unborn child and three friends, by the Manson family cult in August 1969.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore discusses why the Manson family murders were so shocking and how cult leader Charles Manson attracted his followers. Plus, she weighs in on the possibility that one of the Manson followers will be released from jail.
Debra Tate opens up about her older sister, actress Sharon Tate who was murdered by the Manson family in 1969. She shares her last conversation with her and discusses the news that one of the Manson family members may now walk free.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore and guest Debra Tate discuss California’s elderly parole program, which permits criminals to “age out” of incarceration. Plus, Tate opens up about her battle with breast cancer.
Women have reported being branded and starved by a so-called self-help group with over 16,000 members. But are they really an underground cult? We investigate NXIVM and the leader of this organization.
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