Nxivm leader Keith Raniere fathered son before arrest and was living off dead ...

Keith Raniere became a father for the second time just seven months before his arrest on charges of sex trafficking.

Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com reveal that the embattled cult leader has an infant son who lives with his mother in Mexico as well as another child, 11, with whom he has no contact.

Those same documents reveal that Raniere claimed to have earned no money over the past year and had no savings.

Judge Nicholas Garaufis stated in a Memorandum & Order filed late last week that Raniere was instead using the multi-million dollar trust and credit cards of Pamela Cafritz to fund his lifestyle. 

Raniere 'has made purchases using a credit card in the name of a deceased romantic partner and has drawn extensively on a bank account in her name containing $8 million,' wrote Judge Garaufis in the filing.

This latest court document was meant to offer further insight on the court's decision to deny Raniere bail ahead of his trial later this year.

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Progeny: Court documents reveal that Keith Raniere had a son who was born seven months before he was arrested this year on charges of sex trafficking (Raniere pushing his son with the boy's mother Mariana Fernandez)

Progeny: Court documents reveal that Keith Raniere had a son who was born seven months before he was arrested this year on charges of sex trafficking (Raniere pushing his son with the boy's mother Mariana Fernandez)

Funding: Judge Nicholas Garaufis stated in a Memorandum & Order filed late last week that Raniere had been living of the credit cards and trust of Pamela Cafritz (couple above in the mid 90s)

Funding: Judge Nicholas Garaufis stated in a Memorandum & Order filed late last week that Raniere had been living of the credit cards and trust of Pamela Cafritz (couple above in the mid 90s)

Cafritz has been with Raniere for almost 30 years when she lost her in life in November of 2016 shortly after learning she had cancer. 

That death resulted in actress Allison Mack being promoted to the role of master in DOS, the offshoot of Nxivm created by Raniere in which multiple women claim they were forced to have sex with their 'master.'

Raniere and Mack are now both facing life in prison for their actions, which are briefly addressed in the filing.

'According to the Government, DOS "slaves" were also required to have sex with Defendant, whose role as the ultimate DOS "master" was concealed from all but the highest-ranking DOS "slaves"; to maintain low-calorie diets to conform to Defendant's alleged preferences; and, in some cases, to be branded with Defendant's initials and/or those of his co-defendant, Allison Mack,' wrote Judge Garaufis. 

He then pointed out that Raniere 'does not dispute that DOS exists, that DOS members were required to provide "collateral" as a condition of joining the organization, or that several DOS members were branded.'

The infant child meanwhile was mentioned only in that Raniere wanted to be able to contact the boy's mother as part of his bail.

That was just part of the elaborate bail that Raniere and his team presented to the court. 

'First, Defendant would sign a $10 million bond. His travel would be restricted to the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and he would surrender his passport and agree not to secure new travel documents,' stated the latest court filing in summarizing the suggested bail.

'He would be confined to a residence selected by a private security company and would be subject to both GPS monitoring and round-the-clock supervision by two armed guards.'

It continued: 'He would have access to a computer and telephone, but the computer would lack internet access and would be used only to review materials related to this case, and the telephone would be used only to make and receive calls to and from phone numbers agreed to by the Government, including those of his counsel and the mother of his child.'

There has been little news over the past few weeks in the ongoing case against Raniere and Mack, though more indictments expected in the next few weeks,

A verified complaint was submitted last month however in which the prosecution announced that they would like to seize property from the home of Raniere as well as the townhouse owned by Mack.

Raniere's property, which has been referred to in some court documents as 'the library,' is where he is accused of having sex with up to 20 woman who served as his slaves inside the Nxivm cult.

Those slaves would then return to Mack's home, with the founder's number two housing the woman when they were in town according to federal court filings.

Federal prosecutors were looking to seize anything from the properties which would support the charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit false labor.

Kisstory: Cafritz was in a relationship for close to 30 years with Raniere (above), and left behind an $8 million trust upon her death

Kisstory: Cafritz was in a relationship for close to 30 years with Raniere (above), and left behind an $8 million trust upon her death

No money, two kids: A section of the financial affidavit filled out by Raniere (above)

No money, two kids: A section of the financial affidavit filled out by Raniere (above)

Both Mack and Raniere have been indicted on two counts of trafficking and one of forced labor, with the two looking at sentences of 15 years to life.

The complaint outlines some of the reasons that prosecutors believe they might be able to seize vital evidence from the properties while revealing new details about the cult.

It starts off however with outlining the DOS faction that Raniere set-up with Mack back in 2015, a group in which he was the lone male.

'Based on information obtained during the course of this investigation, since ESP's founding, Raniere has maintained a rotating group of 15 to 20 women with whom he maintains sexual relationships,' states the complaint.

'These women are not permitted to have sexual relationships with anyone but Raniere or to discuss with others their relationships with Raniere.'

It goes on to note: 'Some of the Nxivm curriculum includes teachings about the need for men to have multiple sexual partners and the need for women to be monogamous.'

The document also details the ways in which Mack and Raniere allegedly made sure that their slaves would be loyal.

'From the time of its inception through in or about Spring 2017, DOS masters recruited slaves mostly from within Nxivm 's ranks,' reads the court filing.

'When identifying prospective slaves, masters often targeted women who were currently experiencing difficulties in their lives, including dissatisfaction with the pace of their advancement in Nxivm.

'While avoiding the words "master" and "slave" in the initial recruiting pitch, a master would tell her prospective slave that the prospective slave had an opportunity to join an organization that would change her life.

'The master then told the prospective slave that, in order to learn more, she had to provide 'collateral,' which was meant to ensure that the prospective slave would keep what she was about to learn a secret.

'Collateral consisted of material or information that the prospective slave would not want revealed because. it would be ruinous to the prospectiveslave herself and/or someone close to her.'

Among the forms of collateral that were provided by the women were 'sexually explicit photographs; videos made to look candid in which the prospective slaves told damning stories (true or untrue) about themselves, close friends and/or family members; and letters making damaging accusations (true or untrue) against friends and family members and assigning the rights to certain assets.'

Prosecutors then name a second woman they claim is a slave master, Lauren Salzman.

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