Her “masters” are in jail, but she’s still slaving away.
Alleged Nxivm sex-cult “slave” India Oxenberg toiled at menial tasks at her Manhattan restaurant job Sunday, two days after “Smallville’’ actress Allison Mack, the shadowy group’s suspected second-in-command, was arrested on trafficking charges.
Oxenberg — the 26-year-old daughter of “Dynasty” actress Catherine Oxenberg and granddaughter Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia — hauled plastic tubs full of restaurant fare out of a basement on Second Avenue in the East Village and into the cafe PlantMade.
“It’s not polite to take pictures without asking. Leave me alone. I will call the police,” Oxenburg growled to reporters, looking exhausted with bags under her eyes.
Co-workers expressed sympathy for the girl.
“She’s going through a lot,” a manager said. “She may have been brainwashed.”
Her family says they believe she was indeed brainwashed by the leader of Nxivm — pronounced “nexium” — Keith Raniere and Mack.
Mack is set to appear in Brooklyn federal court for a bail hearing Monday.
She allegedly lured young waif-like women into the group, groomed them for sex with Raniere and even branded at least some with his initials.
Prosecutors say she also demanded that devotees provide “collateral” — “including on one occasion close-up pictures of their vaginas” — for membership.