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In a surprising turn of events, a list containing the names of 121 individuals allegedly involved in the Sarah Lawrence ‘sex cult’ case was mistakenly made public by the US Attorney’s Office, sending shockwaves through New York’s high society, Your Content has learned.
The document, which had been submitted as evidence in the ongoing trial and was intended to remain sealed, included prominent lawyers, businessmen, and socialites from across the Tri-state area.
Among the alleged clients were a high-ranking executive from the Metropolitan Transit Authority, an account executive at Amazon, and even a former New York State Supreme Court judge.
Shortly after the list was accidentally uploaded, the Justice Department swiftly retracted it, acknowledging the error and cautioning against its reproduction, sharing, or use in any form.
The trial revolves around the allegations made by Claudia Drury, a 31-year-old former cult victim, who took the stand on Friday and Monday to recount her harrowing experiences of being coerced into prostitution by the accused cult leader, 62-year-old Larry Ray.
Ray faces a multitude of charges, including sex trafficking, extortion, money laundering, violent crime in aid of racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, and forced labor.
According to prosecutors, Ray allegedly operated the sex cult out of his daughter Talia’s dormitory at Sarah Lawrence College.
The trial continues as more revelations unfold in this shocking case that has captured widespread attention, according to Newsfeeds.