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New York pharmaceutical heiress Annabella Rockwell claims her mother paid $300 a day for a "deprogrammer" after she believed her daughter had been "brainwashed" by attending an elite all-female liberal college that taught the young Woman 'totally indoctrinated' and left estranged from parents who raised her.
"I left school very anxious, very nervous, very depressed and sad," Rockwell, now 29, recently told the New York Post. “I saw everything through the lens of oppression, bias and victimhood. I came to school as someone who saw everyone the same. I left school, looked for injustice wherever I could, and automatically assumed that all white men were sexist. My thoughts were no longer mine."
Rockwell, a former competitive figure skater who grew up on the Upper East Side, told the Post that she was initially excited to attend Mount Holyoke College in 2011 -- a $60,000 women's institution in rural Massachusetts.
Unlike other freshmen, she said she did not participate in the "MoHo-Chop," an initiation ritual in which gender roles are shaken off by hair cutting. However, in her junior year, Rockwell told the Post that she noticed a change in herself after taking a gender studies class.
"This professor tells me about patriarchy," Rockwell said. “I hardly knew what the word meant. I didn't know what she was talking about. I wasn't someone who was interested in feminism. All I knew was that I felt like I'd always been free to do whatever I wanted. I've never experienced sexism... But I've been told that patriarchy exists and you don't even understand that it's been working against you all your life. You were oppressed and you didn't even know it. Now you have to fight it. And I just went down that deep rabbit hole."
At the time, she said her relationship with her mother, who she once considered her best friend, had changed.
"I felt like I had to teach her how she was wrong and expose her and do that to everyone who didn't see things right," Rockwell said. “The professors encouraged alienation [from the parents] and even offered them to stay in their homes, too. If you didn't, you were ostracized."
Her mother, Melinda Rockwell, told the Post she believes her daughter was brainwashed. She admitted that during a heated argument at the family home in Palm Beach, Fla., she threw a vase through a window in anger over what had become of her daughter. In addition to the costly "deprogrammer," she also reached out to her daughter's former tennis coach, Scott Williams, for help, but was warned it could be seven years before Annabella would return to her old ways of thinking.
"It was like a tightrope walk," said Melinda Rockwell. "I couldn't push too much or I was going to lose her, but if I let go I felt like I wouldn't be able to see her again. It was as bad as trying to take a kid off the street who was doing heroin. Everyone is so sure it won't happen to their child, but [professors and older students] will tell the students they're special — it's like they're anointed — then tell them how oppressed they are and what victims they are and what they have to go out into the world and be activists to stop the oppression."
Another former Mount Holyoke College student, 29-year-old conservative activist Laura Loomer, spoke to the Post about campus culture and said she left after just a semester in her freshman year because of bullying.
"The whole culture there was about hating men and being a lesbian," Loomer told the Post. “Mount Holyoke and all of the Seven Sisters [schools, including the historic Barnard, Bryn Mawr, Smith, Radcliffe, Vassar, and Wellesley women's colleges] were conceived as these elite institutions for women at a time when places like Harvard only took men. But they are no longer places for ideas and debate and a well-rounded education. They are centers for indoctrination.”
"If you send your child there, you are reporting them to hate the patriarchy and the white people and the founding society of our country," she added. "It's a bastardization of higher education to weaponize naïve young women to advance a toxic agenda."
Annabella Rockwell, who worked for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign after graduating with a history degree, credited her mother for her "relentlessness."
"If my mom hadn't kept scolding me and hadn't given up, I know where I would be," Rockwell told the Post. “Mount Holyoke found its counterpart in my mother. If it weren't for her, I'd probably live in Massachusetts, work for a super-progressive politician, and hang out with people I have nothing in common with except ideology and alcohol time. And I would be unhappy. But I would be too stubborn to look at myself in the mirror. I really had to humble myself to admit I was wrong. And that everything I was told was so hypocritical.
She also said her views began to change during the 2020 George Floyd protests.
"My social media feed was an echo chamber of everything I was taught at Mt. Holyoke," Rockwell said. "Everybody had the black square and it was all 'no justice, no peace'. But I started to think, 'Why are we burning down companies in the name of empowerment? How does this help black people? It just does 'makes no sense.' That's when it started clicking how hypocritical it was.
Rockwell, who now raises funds for conservative advocacy group PragerU, said her intention was not to slander other classmates and acknowledged they were all "young and impressive" in a campus environment where "diversity of opinion was never allowed." .
Fox News Digital reached out to Mount Holyoke College for comment Sunday, but they didn't immediately respond.

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