This extremely rich person is cult leader adjacent.

She and her husband are shipping out all of their “household staff,” back to their country of origin.

I’m sure the parents of the teens will be glad to see them again.

Sara Bronfman

Basit Igtet (country of origin: Libya)


The inside story on Sara Bronfman, Basit Igtet and Lama Tenzin Dhonden

Lama Tenzin Dhonden made news recently when he was suspended from overseeing a trust fund used for the Dalai Lama in the USA, after accusations of financial improprieties surfaced.

Lama Tenzin was also involved in a personal relationship with Seagram heiress Sara Bronfman that started around 2009.

Sara is the daughter of the late Edgar Bronfman Sr., former chairman of Seagram’s and President of the World Jewish Congress. The Bronfman family wealth came from her grandfather, Samuel Bronfman, a producer of alcohol during Prohibition who smuggled it from Canada into America, reputedly using gangsters such as Al Capone to assist him.

In 2002, Sara and her sister, Clare, became involved in NXIVM. They had access to about $150 million in trust funds when they joined. – Source

Seagram’s Heiress Is Paying For Defense Of Other Members Of Alleged Sex Cult NXIVM, Prosecutors Claim

A Seagram’s heiress and member of an alleged criminal sex cult is bankrolling the defense of other group members in a potential conflict of interest, federal prosecutors say.

Prosecutors say Clare Bronfman, 39, is the “primary contributor” to an irrevocable trust fund that is paying the legal fees for members of the group NXIVM, a self-described self-help group that is now facing allegations of sex trafficking, according to NBC News.

Bronfman, who owns houses in Fiji and California, is the daughter of billionaire Edgar Bronfman, who once ran the U.S. arm of the famed liquor brand.

Prosecutors believe the significant money Bronfman has dropped to help pay for other member’s legal fees could present a conflict of interest because “it may subject an attorney to undesirable outside influence and raises an ethical question as to whether the attorney’s loyalties are with the client or the payer,” according to a new federal court filing.

Legal fees for several of the witnesses in the case are also being paid for by either Bronfman or the trust, which prosecutors said has already led to significant concerns.

For instance, in one case, a lawyer who was being paid by Bronfman allegedly told a witness called to testify before a grand jury to invoke the 5th Amendment on the witness stand or he wouldn’t be “comfortable” representing the witness, according to the New York Post.

Bronfman, who served on the board of NXIVM, is just one of six members who are facing charges in the racketeering case.- Source

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