Well, we couldn’t toss “sex cult” and “TV actress” around without someone in Hollywood getting ideas. So it is that multiple groups are looking to adapt the NXIVM sex-trafficking group that got Smallville star Allison Mack arrested, both in TV docu-series and fiction.
News of Smallville star Allison Mack’s arrest for sex-trafficking got exponentially weirder with each new name added to the conspiracy. It now seems Mack even tried to recruit Harry Potter star Emma Watson, according to a series of tweets from 2016.
Smallville star Allison Mack has officially been tied to the NXIVM group accused of leading a “sex cult.” Mack herself was arrested on charges of trafficking women, following the arrest of group leader Keith Raniere.
Yesterday saw the bizarre saga of Smallville star Allison Mack’s association with an abusive sex cult brought to light, and the story has taken another turn. Mack’s co-star Kristin Kreuk has reached out to disassociate with the group, despite her past involvement.
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.
Supergirl has its own Super-mythology separate from The CW’s Smallville, though fans are more than happy to draw connections between the pair. That is, until Season 3’s “Midvale” made reference to one of Smallville‘s original creations, which itself has become the focus of a real-life sex cult investigation.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a former 'Smallville' star getting work! Sometimes, things like that can be every bit as rare as an orphaned alien flying around in red and blue tights. But which actress from the former Superman series will be making a comeback?