A BIZARRE sect that allegedly forced its followers into orgies in the "name of god" is being investigated in Russia.
Police swooped after a five-year-old boy was allegedly kidnapped by the cult after his mother became an ardent supporter of the leader Sergey Kirienko.
Sergey Kirienko preached that sex was the only way to enlightenment
The former fitness coach lived with a number of women in his Moscow home
The 41-year-old cult leader, a former fitness coach, is claimed to have convinced his followers that the only way to reach enlightenment is through sex.
He has since been detained in Bulgaria, facing extradition to Moscow as authorities work to shut down the cult.
Dozens of women, including the kidnapped five-year-old boy's mother Anastasia Ziboreva, reportedly joined the sect, cutting off all ties to their families.
Ziboreva, also known as Masha More, is feared to have been brainwashed.
Her son was recently found in Belarus with two strangers, having disappeared 14 months ago.
His kidnapping sparked fears he had been murdered, with it taking an international police operation to find him.
About a dozen women lived in a home with the cult leader
Anastasia Ziboreva was allegedly brain washed by the cult, with her five-year-old son allegedly having been kidnapped by the group
The mother allegedly became an ardent follower of the cult
Police are now investigating the cult after allegations women were brain-washed
The 41-year-old is being investigated, and now faces extradition to Moscow after being detained in Bulgaria
The man developed a strong following, but has since been arrested
Sect founder Tatiana Severtseva is under house arrest
The Russian Investigative Committee is now investigating the cult, with concerns for seven-year-old twins.
Kirienko is claimed to have spilt his female followers into "castes", with those of the highest group living with him in a Moscow home.
He fled to Cancun in Mexico after initially being investigated.
His wife, Ksenia Khodyreva, also fled abroad with another concubine.