‘Smallville’ Actress Allison Mack Arrested For Alleged Role In NXIVM Sex Cult
Mack and other masters allegedly recruited slaves by telling them they were joining an empowering women.
‘Smallville’ actress Allison Mack has been arrested for her alleged role in a sex slave cult, multiple reports revealed Friday.
The 35-year-old was last seen in March running after cult leader Keith Raniere as police hauled him away from a $10,000-a-week Mexican villa where the pair had reportedly been hiding out.
Raniere, co-founder of violent sex cult Nxivm, allegedly kept women as slaves and branded his initials into their skin. He was charged by federal prosecutors with running the notorious group.
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Reports also allege that actress Kristin Kreuk was tasked with recruiting female sex slaves.
However, Kreuk apparently left the cult back in 2012 just as the group became more subversive. After Kreuk’s departure, Mack and Raniere allegedly carved their initials in burns on a sex workers body among other sadistic rituals.
Kreuk has broken her silence on her alleged involvement in the controversial organization that’s been labeled a cult, NXIVM, and denied reports she helped recruit women as “sex slaves” into the group.
— Kristin Kreuk (@MsKristinKreuk) March 29, 2018
The women — or “sex slaves” — were reportedly put on a strict diet of about 500 to 800 calories a day in order to be thin for Raniere, also known as “The Vanguard.”
The cult leader coerced the women into having sex with him and doing menial chores for “masters,” according to previous reports.