NXIVM victim of sex cult India Oxenberg is pictured for first time since cult leader Keith was jailed

NXIVM sex cult victim India Oxenberg was photographed Monday for the first time since cult leader Keith Raniere was imprisoned, smiling as she went on a supermarket run in New York City with partner Patrick D’Ignazio.

Photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show Oxenberg, 30, wearing dark sunglasses, a scarf and a black puffer jacket as he keeps pace with D’Ignazio, who was carrying a Whole Foods paper shopping bag.

A wedding site listing the couple’s names suggested they would be getting married in California in September this year. DailyMail.com has reached out to Oxenberg’s representatives for further comment.

The footage offers a glimpse into Oxenberg’s life about 14 months after her sexual cult ordeal ended with the conviction of cult leader Keith Raniere.

Raniere, 60, was sentenced in October 2020 to 120 years behind bars for leading the 1998 cult, during which time he sexually enslaved, branded and starved women.

Oxenberg’s involvement with the cult came to light in 2017, when her mother – Dynasty actress Catherine Oxenberg – revealed in a New York Times interview that her 26-year-old daughter had been inducted into a secret sorority-like group.

NXIVM sex cult victim India Oxenberg was pictured Monday for the first time since cult leader Keith Raniere was jailed, smiling as she ran a grocery store in New York City with partner Patrick D'Ignazio.

NXIVM sex cult victim India Oxenberg was pictured Monday for the first time since cult leader Keith Raniere was jailed, smiling as she ran a grocery store in New York City with partner Patrick D’Ignazio.

Catherine Oxenberg described her growing concern for her daughter’s well-being as she looked emaciated from the strict diet and appeared to have changed radically from her former self.

As the story unfolded, it was revealed that Oxenberg was part of a group called NXIVM headquartered in Albany, New York, and run by Raniere, a self-proclaimed “self-help guru.”

During an October 2020 interview with Good Morning America, Oxenberg broke her silence about her time in the cult to describe being “raped” by Raniere, and branded with his initials which she thought were a symbol of the elements.

She said she was entrenched in the sinister cult for seven years after being lured into it under the guise of providing her with self-help and self-growth in 2011.

Instead, she said she had been sexually abused by Raniere and cut off from her family, including her mother, who campaigned for years to expose NXIVM and put Raniere behind bars.

Oxenberg revealed she was engaged to chef D’Ignazio last November, and the photos suggested the couple are still going strong.

They laughed and smiled as she wore his coat and he carried the groceries.

Oxenberg revealed she was engaged to chef D'Ignazio last November, and the photos suggested the couple are still going strong

Oxenberg revealed she was engaged to chef D'Ignazio last November, and the photos suggested the couple are still going strong

Oxenberg revealed she was engaged to chef D’Ignazio last November, and the photos suggested the couple are still going strong

They laughed and smiled as she wore his coat and he carried the groceries

They laughed and smiled as she wore his coat and he carried the groceries

They laughed and smiled as she wore his coat and he carried the groceries

Oxenberg said she ran into her future husband, who works at a pizza restaurant in New York City, after moving from NXIVM’s headquarters in upstate New York.

“I had just left Albany and was looking for work. I must have applied in 20 different places. At the time, if you googled me, it was “brand sex slave,” “Keith Raniere’s sex slave,” she said.

“Nobody wanted to rent or hire me an apartment. But eventually I became the manager of a restaurant in the East Village, and that’s where I met my now-fiancée.

“I actually have love in my life. I have a wonderful fiancé who is a cook. He has helped me rebuild my relationship with food and get back into the kitchen I love.”

Oxenberg said she ran into her future husband, who works at a pizza restaurant in New York City, after moving from NXIVM's headquarters in upstate New York.

Oxenberg said she ran into her future husband, who works at a pizza restaurant in New York City, after moving from NXIVM's headquarters in upstate New York.

Oxenberg said she ran into her future husband, who works at a pizza restaurant in New York City, after moving from NXIVM’s headquarters in upstate New York.

“He’s helped me rebuild my relationship with food and get back into the kitchen that I love,” she said of her partner

Oxenberg, who left the cult in 2018, said her journey back to a normal life has been difficult, but said she was comforted to know that D’Ignazio “has my back.”

“I don’t want sugar on it. Healing is complicated and not easy. But it’s so worth it. I feel like I have my life back, and I’ve never felt more like myself than I do now.

“It has helped me so much. I don’t think I realized how much I needed someone to stand behind me. For a long time I didn’t care enough about myself to treat myself right. You can include that in your relationships and I didn’t want that.’

Raniere, 60, was sentenced in October 2020 to 120 years behind bars for leading the 1998 cult, during which time he sexually enslaved, branded and starved women

Raniere, 60, was sentenced in October 2020 to 120 years behind bars for leading the 1998 cult, during which time he sexually enslaved, branded and starved women

Raniere, 60, was sentenced in October 2020 to 120 years behind bars for leading the 1998 cult, during which time he sexually enslaved, branded and starved women

Speaking at Raniere's sentencing last year, Oxenberg said she 'may have to spend the rest of my life with Keith Raniere's initials burned into me'

Speaking at Raniere's sentencing last year, Oxenberg said she 'may have to spend the rest of my life with Keith Raniere's initials burned into me'

Speaking at Raniere’s sentencing last year, Oxenberg said she ‘may have to spend the rest of my life with Keith Raniere’s initials burned into me’

During Raniere’s sentencing last year, the court heard how the cult-like group kept women on starvation diets and ordered them to have sex with him.

During the trial, it was revealed that he recruited a total of 17,000 people for NXIVM. Fifteen of them spoke at his sentencing hearing, including Oxenberg, who said Raniere treated her as his “human science experiment.”

She lamented that she “may have to spend the rest of my life with Keith Raniere’s initials burned into me.”

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