A group of adults claim they were forced to have sex with their relatives to keep their blood "pure" to prepare for an apocalypse, an explosive lawsuit has revealed.
The complaint was launched against the Kingston Group, also known as the Order, by 10 members of the group who alleged they were pushed into child marriages.
The powerful polygamous group, based in Utah, were reportedly raped and made to perform child labour, according to the lawsuit filed last week in Salt Lake City.
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Shocking allegations have been launched against the group’s leader Paul Eldon Kingston and 21 others; which include complaints regarding sex trafficking, sexual battery and child abuse.
“Order girls are taught from birth that their primary purposes in life are to be obedient, a submissive wife, and to bear as many children as possible,” the lawsuit states.
It was reported that the group aims to maintain “Pure Kingston Blood” by organising marriages between cousins and other close relatives.
The group is said to shame relationships that aren't between white people and reportedly believes that only those who have pure blood will survive the apocalypse.
“It is a common and intentional practice in the Order to require girls and women to submit sexually to their husbands even if the sexual submission is against their will because having children results in workers for the benefit of the Order,” the lawsuit added.
Five of the women suing claim they were forced into marriage as minors and raped by their husbands, reports New York Post.
Amanda Rae Grant, who featured in the A&E docu-series “Escaping Polygamy", and three others said they had to flee the group.
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Grant added that she suffered from years of abuse by a half-brother when she was little.
A man who is suing said three order men raped him when he was 16 or 17 and later announced he was gay when he left the group.
He claims he was hunted and beaten up by several boys who said they were “acting at the direction of the Order."
John Gustafson, a representative of the Davis County Cooperative Society, an affiliate of the group, strongly denied the allegations.
In an emailed statement, he said: “Much of what we have reviewed appears frivolous and unfounded. We don’t expect any of the claims to prevail in a court of law.”
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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