‘Smallville’ Actress Allison Mack Accused Of Recruiting 25 Women To Serve As ‘Slaves’ For Cult

November 13, 2017 | 3 Comments » | Topics: WTF

According to a newly filed report, Smallville actress Allison Mack is the second-in-charge of a sex cult, and is being held accountable for recruiting at least 25 sex slaves.

Mack is best known for playing Chloe Sullivan in Superman-the-early-years show Smallville.

The show ran for ten seasons, with Mack being a regular throughout.

Allison is part of a ‘self-help’ group called NXIVM, which has much more sinister motives. The damning allegations against Mack, cult-leader Keith Raniere and the NXIVM group have come from the group’s former publicist Frank Parlato.

Per The Sun:

The Smallville star orders her “slaves” to sleep with cult leader Keith Raniere, starve themselves for 12 hours a day and hand over naked pictures every month…SMALLVILLE star Allison Mack has recruited as many as 25 women into the terrifying NXIVM slave cult, according to the group’s former publicist. The actress has allegedly been brainwashed by cult leader Keith Raniere to recruit “slaves” into a secretive cult where they are forcibly branded with her initials and ordered to follow her commands 24 hours a day, Frank Parlato told Sun Online. The cult is called DOS, believed to be short for “dominus obsequious sororium” – Latin for the “master over the slave women”, and is the dark side of so-called “self-help” group NXIVM, according to Parlato – who was the first to lift the the lid on the cult’s sordid activities on his website The Frank Report. In one shocking email seen by Sun Online, slaves are told to fast for 12 hours a day, take cold showers and perform a “daily act to honour” their master. The email tells followers they must refrain from eating for “12 hours from the last time you have anything other than water w. lemon or black tea w. lemon + honey (sparkling water is ok)”.

While Mack, who appeared as Clark Kent’s sidekick in the TV show Smallville, is allegedly a “master” in the cult. But she still must allegedly obey leader Raniere and is also ordered to find bed partners for him, run 40 miles a week and keep a strict diet to stay as skinny as possible. Parlato told Sun Online: “Allison is both a victim and a perpetrator. She is a victim because she has been brainwashed by Raniere and she is his ‘slave’. “So she has to run 40 miles a week and keep a strict 500 to 800 calorie a day diet. “But she has also recruited many women to this cult. “Before he had good looking women surrounding him somewhat but what she did is use her glamour and celebrity to take it up a notch.

“One of things that is a terrible concept to Allison is that she is ordered to find Raniere bed partners and she is conflicted because she really wants to be with him. “I’ve had women who have escaped the cult tell me that they are told to sleep with Raniere and Allison gets really jealous about it – and they tell her ‘Look I’m doing what I’m told – I don’t even want to have sex with him I’m forced to’.”

Keith Raniere, founder of Nxivm

New York Times report last month broke open the NXIVM group, and exposed it for the slave cult that it was, but only now are more details of the group, and particularly Mack’s involvement in the group surfacing.

The video below shows Mack crying in a YouTube interview with cult-leader Ranieri.

 

 

What’s it like to go to an NXIVM class?

I got dragged into one of the NXIVM classes about 5 years ago and kristin kreuk showed up.

My boss at the time told me he was sending me to a “leadership and management” class in LA. He was some high level member and shelled out 5k to send me there. Once I got there, things quickly went downhill.

It was held at a vacation rental, which was too small for the number of people attending.

They made us sign all kinds of paperwork, then gave everyone a white sash to wear around their neck. They explained that each person gets to a new color sash depending on how many classes they’ve been to and how far they’ve gotten in the organization.

Their itinerary was that everyone would be there, at the class from 7am to 9pm for 5 days in a row. They claimed they would feed us, but provided little to no food. They then had us watch a bunch of videos, followed by group “exercises” in which they would give scenarios and ask how that made you feel. The trick was that there were no right answers-it was all about making people feel vulnerable and that they were somehow changing. They tried to claim that if you started to feel really hungry or tired, that meant their program was working.

Every time someone would question what they were doing, the leaders would tell them they have to fight through their insecurity in order for the process to work. They would then toute the amazing celebrities that were big members of their organization.

When I showed up the second morning, they kicked the day off with everyone wearing their white sash standing in a circle and repeating some chant- I swear the neighbors must have thought the kkk was in town. Kristin kreuk showed up, and proceeded to “help” people with their group exercises. All I remember is that she looked half alert and her legs weren’t shaved.

I went for lunch the second day and never went back. 2 different “leaders” from the group called me nonstop, begging me to see it through. I told them I’ve taken several pschology classes and that what they were doing was barely basic psychology mixed with a dash of absolute insanity. They didn’t take it well and my boss wasn’t too happy when he found out..oh well.

 

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  • Paulo

    Why in the hell people still join this kind of nonsense??? I can guess people still need some direction in their lives, but don’t throw away your common sense in the process.

  • Subdepth

    Of all the actresses in the world, I wouldn’t have guessed the cute girl from Smallville to lose her plot.

  • Me Me

    Where do I sign up?