‘Orgasmic meditation cult’ OneTaste SUES Netflix for defamation over documentary claiming former employee Ayries Blanck’s rape claims are false

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A sexual wellness company accused of abusing women and forcing them into sex acts is suing Netflix over a documentary which claimed an employee was ‘raped and beaten’.

In new filings obtained by DailyMail.com, ‘orgasmic meditation cult’ OneTaste claims the allegations levied against them by several former members and staff featured on the streaming giant’s film are ‘completely false’.

Netflix first aired Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste in 2022, five months before founder Nicole Daedone, 56, and Rachel Cherwitz, 43, were indicted for allegedly keeping women in residential warehouses where they were forced into sex acts. Both women deny the accusations.

A lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, focuses on the final 15 minutes of the documentary, which discusses ex-employee Ayries Blanck experiencing ‘sexual violence’ that was ‘condoned’ by the company.

Content retrieved from: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12781527/Orgasmic-meditation-cult-OneTaste-SUES-Netflix-defamation.html.

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