What did Larry Ray do? Sarah Lawrence ‘cult’ leader sentenced to 60 years in prison

Larry Beam was allowed a 60-year jail term on January 20 to begin a religion in a nearby condo at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York.

According to the Watchman, in 2010, Larry Beam moved into his girl Talia Beam’s nearby convenience, at last acquiring the trust of her flat mates prior to promising to assist them with different mental issues.

A&E detailed that Larry Beam directed ‘treatment meetings’ with the flat mates, apparently assisting them with a few individual issues. Beam purportedly began manhandling the Sarah Lawrence understudy verbally and truly after some time, in any event, venturing to traffic one of his casualties.

Investigators guaranteed that while Larry Beam brought in cash from dealing one of the people in question, his essential rationale was to threaten the casualties agreeable to him.

As per the New York Times, the court papers expressed that while Larry Beam at first introduced himself as a fatherly figure to the Sarah Lawrence understudies, he at last started to control their lives.

“While the respondent’s casualties plummeted into self-loathing, self-hurt, and self-destructive endeavors under his coercive control, the proof showed that the litigant enjoyed savage their torment, and partook in the products of their affliction.”
The assertion added that as a feature of his drive to threaten his casualties, he constrained them to participate in physical work on his North Carolina property.

“It is self-evident, for instance, that his casualties, with no involvement in actual work or development gear, had no genuine possibility making useful monetary enhancements to the property in North Carolina – but the litigant constrained them to work foolishly under rebuffing conditions for a really long time basically to delight in their Sisyphean battle.”

Assuming Sarah Lawrence’s understudies upset Beam, he would attack them for even minor infractions. ABC announced that he hammered one of the female casualties to the floor after she brought back chilly food.

Directing Adjudicator Lewis Liman said of the case: In an authority explanation, casualty Claudia Drury asserted that Beam constrained her to have improper relations with different people for his monetary profit.
Drury said in an authority articulation:

“It was damnation – it was an intentional, taught, and supported mission to break me. Each time I had to pr*stitute myself … I felt myself getting more numb.” She proceeded: Another casualty, Santo Rosaro, said that he became pointless under Beam’s influence “He drove me to endeavor self destruction at least a time or two and at a certain point, I was pondering it everyday.”