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Small consolation: Heiress could reap cash from sex-cult auction

With three upstate New York properties owned by a sex cult set to be auctioned off, a Seagram’s liquor heiress could pocket up to $ 200,000. Despite giving up her ownership stake after her involvement with the cult, Sara Bronfman-Igtet could get a sizable sum from the sale, the New York Post reported. Brooklyn federal judge Nicholas Garaufis signed off Thursday on the sale, according to court documents. The properties, in the suburbs of Albany, formerly

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