Catherine Oxenberg left “Dynasty” fame and her daughter India, right, who used to be a member of the alleged sex cult Nxivm.
India Oxenberg the Nxivm cult, which branded her as a sex slave, because they are in love with each other.
While her mother is on the pressure for her efforts to extract India, it was love that finally did it, the sources say.
Her mother, “Dynasty” actress Catherine Oxenberg, wrote “Captive: A Mother’s Crusade To Save Her Daughter from a Terrifying Cult.”
In interviews promoting the book, Catherine has taken credit for the rescue of her “brainwashed” daughter from the clutches of Keith Raniere, who is being held in Brooklyn on federal charges of identity theft, forced labor, prostitution and wire fraud.
But a source at Plantmade, the East Village vegan restaurant where India worked, said: “What happens when you meet the love of your life? Boom!”
The “dynasty” star Catherine Oxenberg details how she saved her daughter in India for alleged sex cult NXIVM
Catherine Oxenberg fought to save her daughter India and after the introduction of her to the alleged sex cult NXIVM in 2011, now the former “Dynasty” actress is sharing her story.
India has reportedly fallen for Patrick D’Ignazio, the handsome young head chef at the Double Zero, Matthew Kenney’s restaurant on Second Avenue.
Frank Parlato, the former Nxivm publicist who worked for years to expose the cult, said: “Patrick said that he would not tolerate that his girlfriend taking orders from Raniere and is in a sex cult.”
According to sources, the lovebirds recently took a vacation in Italy and are on their way to go to live at Catherine’s house in Malibu.
“I’m happy for her that she’s gone,” a colleague told me.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post.