EXCLUSIVE: 'I won't stop until I get her.' Dynasty actress Catherine Oxenberg tells DailyMailTV of desperation to free daughter from cult that 'brands and starves' women

  • Actress Catherine Oxenberg speaks of losing her daughter, 26, to the so-called cult NXIVM in first TV interview?
  • Siblings who lost parents in Florida nursing home from hell during Hurricane Irma tell of fight for justice?
  • DailyMailTV airs nationwide, check showtimes at DailyMailTV.com

Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg is speaking out about the cult she accuses of brainwashing her 26-year-old daughter.

Oxenberg exclusively tells DailyMailTV her struggle of heartbreak as she desperately tries to free India Oxenberg from the so-called self-help group NXIVM.?

Founded nearly 20 years ago by 57-year-old Keith Raniere, Oxenberg details the horrifying branding, sex and torture she believes is going on inside NXIVM's Albany, New York headquarters – where India lives.

The actress says she last saw her daughter May 30 after an unsuccessful intervention.

Oxenberg tells DailyMailTV: 'India is one of the kindest, if not the kindest human being I've ever met. And I feel like she's easy prey, I think she's in danger. My heart is broken. I want my daughter back and I won't stop until I get her.'

'What happened there is murder!' In an exclusive DailyMailTV interview, Pedro Franco is accusing the owners and nursing home staff at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills of murder, after both of his parents died after Hurricane Irma struck south Florida in September.

Franco and his sister Margarita say their elderly parents, married for nearly 62 years, died from suffocating in 109-degree heat for two days at the nursing home. The building's air conditioning was cut after strong winds downed power lines and took out its generator.

Police are still investigating what exactly happened but six 911 calls from the home paint a picture of chaos and neglect.?

Franco and his sister say they want justice and answers as to why it took the home so long to respond.?

Twelve other residents at Hollywood Hills died in the so-called 'sweatbox.'?

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