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NXIVM Co-Founder Nancy Salzman Says She Was Wrong About Keith Raniere in New 'Vow' Trailer

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NXIVM co-founder Nancy Salzman is at the center of the full-length trailer for the HBO true-crime docuseries,, which returns with season 2 in October.

Speaking out for the first time on the series, she admits she was “wrong” about founder Keith Raniere, who was convicted on charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy after his wellness group was revealed to be a sex cult and Ponzi scheme. “Going into this, I thought Keith was innocent.

I was wrong,” Salzman says, revealing that “my whole company was destroyed and my whole life fell apart.” In addition to Raniere, who was sentenced to 120 years in prison, Salzman was also convicted on multiple charges of conspiracy for her involvement in the organization.

In September 2021, she was sentenced to 42 months in prison and a $150,000 fine, and in February 2022, she began serving out her time behind bars at a prison in West Virginia.

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