Seagram’s heiress wants more freedom after Nxivm house arrest

Clare Bronfman has been sued for its alleged connection with the cult NXIVM.

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Seagram’s heiress and Nxivm member Clare Bronfman thinks her $100 million bond to purchase her just a little bit more freedom.

Bronfman is subject to a home confinement, electronic monitoring, and short excursions because she was arrested for her role in reputed upstate sex cult Nxivm.

But her lawyers Wednesday urged the court to allow the heiress more time in the outdoors during one of its three authorized weekly trips.

“We write to respectfully request that Mrs. Bronfman the terms and conditions of the release be modified to increase one of the three weekly sessions where she is allowed to leave her home for the exercise, or the messages from 90 to 120 minutes,” lawyer Kathleen Cassidy writes in her submission by Brooklyn federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis.

Bronfman, is charged with money laundering, extortion and other crimes in connection with the Albany-area, which is accused of holding and branding a harem of women for the leader Keith Raniere to bed.

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