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Sarah Lawrence College Sued by 3 Larry Ray Sex Cult Victims Is Denied Stay of Conference

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY, Feb 5 – Three victims of Larry Ray, the father who moved into his daughter Talia's Sarah Lawrence College dorm and started a sex cult, filed a lawsuit against Sarah Lawrence Colleg, assigned to Judge Lewis Liman on the afternoon of November 22, 2023. 

  It was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, where Inner City Press which published a book about the Larry Ray trial found it. Complaint on Patreon here

   In the suit, Daniel E. Levin, Santos J. Rosario and Felicia Rosario accuse Sarah Lawrence College, Lee Chen and Gumley-Heft LCC (owner and manager of the East 93rd Street condo where the sex cult moved) and Scott Muller (into whose house Ray moved Felicia Rosario). of violating the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.

  The complaint largely tracks what came out at trial. It is notable that Claudia Drury is not a plaintiff - and that Talia Ray is not a defendant.

On January 29, 2024, Sarah Lawrence College moved to dismiss, arguing that the Adult Survivors Act does not revive plaintiffs' time barred claims, and that the College "did not have knowledge of sex or labor trafficking." Why not?

On February 5, Sarah Lawrence College's lawyer wrote in to request a stay of the February 15 conference. Judge Liman denied the request - "The Court will no defer the conference" - and said if a stay of discovery is sought, a motion asking for it should be filed.

The case is Levin, et al., v. Sarah Lawrence College, et al., 23-cv-10236  (Liman)


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