ITV News believes this woman to be Aishah, the 69-year-old Malaysian woman rescued from the alleged 'slavery' house in south London.
She is pictured in a 1997 documentary about the death of Sian Davies, who died following a fall from a window of a house used by the group.
According the press reports from 1978, a 34-year-old woman called Aishe Waham was arrested following a police raid on the group's headquarters.
Press reports from 1997 quote an Aisha Wahab giving evidence at a coroners' inquest into Sian Davies' death.
A Telegraph report today says the woman was originally known as Aishah Mautum, who moved to Britain in 1968 from Malaysia before becoming involved with the Maoist group.
Documentary footage of the man said to have kept three women as slaves in south London has been uncovered by ITV News.
The political past of a couple accused of holding three women against their will for more than 30 years, has emerged.
A couple were arrested after police arrested three alleged slavery victims said to have been held against their will for at least 30 years.