Anneke Wills, a British actress who had played Dr Who's sidekick Polly, joined the ashram [in Pune, India] in 1975. 'For the first few nights I cried into my pillow. I'd swapped my wonderful home for a mattress in a communal dormitory,' she recalled.
'But there were some wonderful people there. I was a bit bored by the free love thing. I'd had enough of all that. It was the meditation I was interested in.'
She remained there for six years before following the Bhagwan [Osho] when he moved to Oregon, where she became one of thousands of non-U.S. followers who undertook arranged marriages so they could stay there.
The abusive sex cult of Rajneeshism aka Osho (the Orange People) was well featured in the Netflix doco. Wild Country. It involved naked orgies, violent 'tantric' workshops where even limbs were broken, mass rapes of the women, and rampant paedophilia. Off spring of numrous liasons rarely knew who their parents were. The cult is stlil active in India and throughout Europe and Australasia, and attracts the 'Millenials' by the thousand. AIDs tests are mandatory before participation in any workshops or retreats, even for kids. The main centre in the UK is OshoLeela in Devon.