‘Smallville’ Star Appears in Sex Cult Leader’s Arrest Video
The ongoing saga of an alleged sex cult involving Smallville star Allison Mack has taken a sharp turn. The actress accused of aiding an organization that abuses and brands women has resurfaced in a video depicting the arrest of its leader, and Mack is reportedly next.
It came to light last year that Mack was involved in an organization named “Nxivm,” whose founder Keith Raniere has been accused of sex trafficking and branding women as part of a dominant-submissive relationship. Mack reportedly served as a “key recruiter” for internal organization DOS (Dominos Obsequious Sororium, or “Master Over the Slave Women”), which uses women as sex slaves and brands Raniere and Mack’s initials (KR and AM) above their genitals. The Daily Mail reported last year that DOS women are kept on a strict 500-800-calorie diet, ordered to answer their “masters” immediately after a text or call, and continue recruiting other women.
Raniere was arrested in Mexico on Sunday, and subsequently charged with both sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor. Journalist Frank Parlato shared footage of the arrest (h/t TMZ), and a noticeably-gaunt Mack appears to be featured in the video following the police.
Alleged, but unconfirmed is that Battlestar Galactica alum Nicki Clyne is also a member of DOS, and can be heard within the video. In either case, an ArtVoice account notes that “Mack is named as CC1 in the federal complaint against Keith Raniere,” and “expected to be arrested shortly” as a co-conspirator.
Stay tuned for any further updates on the situation as they arrive.