India Oxenberg seen for the first time since escaping Nxivm at Keith Raniere ...

India Oxenberg arrived in federal court on Monday for the closing arguments in the case against Keith Raniere, the man who was formerly her master in the Nxivm sex slave cult DOS. 

Photos obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show a smiling India and her mother, actress Catherine Oxenberg, heading into the courtroom with their attorney.

This is the first time India, 27, has been seen since leaving the cult and reuniting with her family. 

It will also mark the first time that India has come face-to-face with Raniere since his arrest back in March 2018, with India believed to have been one of the women at the Mexican villa where the defendant had been trying to hideout from authorities to avoid extradition. 

India was also one of the many DOS members to have Raniere's initials branded on her body during a bizarre and excruciatingly painful ceremony. 

Assistant US Attorney Moira Penza showed a photo of the home where these branding ceremonies took place during her closing remarks, stating: 'The closed doors of these cookie cutter houses may seem straight out of a horror movie, but for the defendant's victims, it was all too real.' 

She then labeled Raniere a 'con man, a predator, a crime boss.' 

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Back and better than ever: India Oxenberg (above) was photographed arriving at a Brooklyn with her mother and their lawyer ahead of closing arguments in the Keith Raniere case

Back and better than ever: India Oxenberg (above) was photographed arriving at a Brooklyn with her mother and their lawyer ahead of closing arguments in the Keith Raniere case

Support system: It is the first time she has been pictured since escaping Nxivm and the sex slave cult DOS, which she remained a part of for months after Raniere's arrest (left to right: India, her lawyer and Catherine)

Support system: It is the first time she has been pictured since escaping Nxivm and the sex slave cult DOS, which she remained a part of for months after Raniere's arrest (left to right: India, her lawyer and Catherine)

India in April 2018

India in June 2019

Smile:  India was forced to restrict her food intake to get down to 107 pounds while in DOS according to testimony (left in April 2018, right on Monday)

Defendant: India was allegedly lured into the secretive DOS group by Allison Mack, turning over 'collateral' to show her devotion (Raniere above in a court drawing)

Defendant: India was allegedly lured into the secretive DOS group by Allison Mack, turning over 'collateral' to show her devotion (Raniere above in a court drawing) 

At the time of Raniere's arrest, India and other female members of the cult had reportedly devised a plan they hoped would save the accused rapist.

This involved the women denying claims that they were ever forced or coerced into performing sex acts while past of DOS, in an attempt to discredit the allegations made by the two former members whose grand jury testimony resulted in the indictments of Mack and Raniere.

It was also reported that Oxenberg, Mack and Mack's wife Nicki Clyne were prepared to testify that they alone were responsible for coercing members into having sex with Raniere and other female members of the sect.

It was Catherine who initially took India to a meeting for a Nxivm motivational course back in 2011 after her daughter wanted to try her hand at being an entrepreneur. 

India was then allegedly lured into the secretive DOS group by Allison Mack, turning over 'collateral' to show her devotion.

This 'collateral' was used by Mack to control the women she recruited, who were transformed into branded sex slaves, according to court filings.

Those filings also revealed that any member who complained about being forced to have Raniere's initials branded on them or refused

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