Who is on the Sarah Lawrence 'sex cult' list?

A LIST of 121 people who allegedly were clients of Claudia Drury who claims she was under the thumb of “sex cult” leader Lawrence Ray has been briefly revealed.

The list, which was admitted under seal as part of Ray’s ongoing trial, was mistakenly uploaded by the Manhattan US Attorney’s Office to a public share system before quickly being deleted.

What was the Sarah Lawrence 'sex cult'?

Ray is currently on trial for allegedly being the leader of a “sex-trafficking cult” and is said to have abused five students at Sarah Lawrence College.

He is accused of using physical, sexual and psychological abuse to extort money from five different students at Sarah Lawrence College, a private liberal arts college outside New York City.

One of those alleged victims has been named as Claudia Drury, now 31.

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Drury has claimed Ray made several million dollars by prostituting her.

She is said to have sent the list in a 2018 email to Ray’s alleged cohort, Isabella Pollok. 

Ray, now 62, has remained in prison since he was arrested in early 2020 on extortion and sex trafficking charges.

Who is on the Sarah Lawrence 'sex cult' list?

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The list, which was mistakenly uploaded to a public share system was quickly deleted once the error had been spotted.

“Please do not reproduce, share, or use this exhibit in any way. If you have downloaded this file, please delete it,” a rep for the office said in a statement sent to media outlets asking about the mistake. 

The list appears to show a cross section of New York’s elite, stretching from Wall Street to the arts world and the judicial system.

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Those listed are said to include:

  • a financier whose name also pops up in paedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s infamous black book
  • a businessman whose title is brandished on a museum
  • an ex-New York State Supreme Court judge
  • a Gap Inc. executive and her husband
  • an Amazon account executive
  • a painter who splits his time between New York and Italy
  • an architect who has designed university campuses
  • a travel editor
  • an international diamond dealer
  • a Washington, DC-based lobbyist
  • an executive at the Metropolitan Transit Authority

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