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Testimonies: The leader of the “sex cult” Sarah Lawrence made the victims wear diapers

Accused Sarah Lawrence sex cult leader Larry Ray once did two of his victims are wearing diapers while accusing them of acting like children, according to disturbing testimonies Monday.

Santos Rosario exposed the sick abuse under questioning by Assistant US Attorney Lindsey Keenan Ray’s gang trial in federal court in Manhattan.

Keenan asked Rosario if he remembered an incident involving diapers just before he attempted to escape Ray’s tyrannical control in 2014.

“I don’t remember the context or what we were blamed for this time. But Larry said that me and my sister were supposed to be acting like children and he made Isabella put diapers on us,” Rosario replied, referring to Ray’s alleged co-conspirator Isabella Pollok.

Rosario and his two sisters, Felicia and Yalitza, came under Ray’s control after he was introduced to him in 2010 by Ray’s daughter Talia, who he was dating at the time.

Prosecutors accuse Ray extorted money by the Rosario siblings and other college-age children after he moved into Talia’s dorm on Sarah Lawrence College’s campus in the fall of 2010.

Santos Rosario looks emotional and covers his face as a video is shown of him punching himself in the face on Larry Ray's orders.
Santos Rosario looks emotional and covers his face as a video is shown of him punching himself in the face on Larry Ray’s orders.
Santos Rosario testifies that Larry Ray forced him and another victim to perform sexual acts on each other.
Santos Rosario testified that Larry Ray forced him and another victim to sexually abuse each other.

Ray berated Rosario, hit him with a hammer and accused him of poisoning him and damaging his property as part of his extortion scheme, Rosario testified last week.

According to prosecutors, Ray’s crimes included forcing one of the students, Claudia Drury, into prostitution. Ray has reportedly amassed around $2 million in profits from sex trafficking Drury.

On Monday, Rosario told jurors that he occasionally takes Ray to hotels where Drury works as a prostitute to collect money from her.

According to witnesses, on one occasion Ray forced Drury to perform a sex act with Rosario in one of the hotel rooms.

Larry Ray (right) and his daughter Talia Ray (left) with whom he indoctrinated several people into his cult.
Larry Ray (right) and his daughter Talia Ray, whom he allegedly used to indoctrinate several people into his cult.
Slonim Houses 9, where suspected cult leader Larry Ray lived at Sarah Lawrence College.
Slonim Houses 9 was the home of suspected cult leader Larry Ray at Sarah Lawrence College.

“He told Claudia to give me a job and to take my pants off,” Rosario said, adding that Ray was “right next to me” when it happened.

Rosario said he felt “like I had no control over my life” after the experience.

The 30-year-old, who was the first alleged victim to testify at the trial, said he ran away from Ray in 2014 after sending him and his sister to a Manhattan Apple store.

Larry Ray waves to his father in the front row before taking a seat at the defense table.
Larry Ray waves to his father in the front row before taking a seat at the defense table.

Rosario got in touch with Ray four years later after a reporter from New York Magazine contacted him about a story he was writing about the accused sadist.

After meeting Ray again, Rosario began giving money to his sister, Felicia, who was still under the alleged cult leader’s control.

“He said she was sick because I poisoned her,” Rosario said of his sister.

Ray faces a 17-count indictment, including racketeering, sex trafficking and conspiracy. If convicted on all charges, he faces a maximum of life imprisonment.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/14/sarah-lawrence-sex-cult-leader-made-victims-wear-diapers-witness-claims/ Testimonies: The leader of the “sex cult” Sarah Lawrence made the victims wear diapers

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