Published: Sat, March 31, 2018
Culture | By Henry Herrera

Former 'Smallville' star reportedly linked to alleged sex cult

Former 'Smallville' star reportedly linked to alleged sex cult

Following the arrest of its leader and questions about the future of Allison Mack, longtime Smallville leading lady Kirstin Kreuk has issued a statement denying ties to an alleged "sex cult".

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Raniere, called "Vanguard" by group members, was arrested on sex trafficking and forced labor charges in Mexico on Monday. FBI Asst. Director William Sweeney stated after the arrest of Raniere that the cult leader "displayed a disgusting abuse of power in his efforts to denigrate and manipulate women he considered his sex slaves", and that Raniere "allegedly participated in horrifying acts of branding and burning them, with the co-operation of other women operating within this unorthodox pyramid scheme".

The actress stated in the post that she took an intensive class with Executive Success Programs/Nxvim for help with personal growth.

According to Mr Parlarto, after Kreuk had left Mack was instrumental in coming up with the idea to brand the cult members, using a cauterising pen bearing a combination of her initials, AM, with Raniere's, KR.

Ranier was arrested on Monday in Mexico, and he was reportedly staying at a $10,000 a week villa with numerous women.

A report from 2017 detailed these divisions by explaining, "DOS operates as a master-slave hierarchy, with Raniere at the top and Mack as his immediate subordinate..."

The New York Post said that Kreuk had been apart of NXIVM's "Dominus Obsequious Sororium", which means "Master Over the Slave Woman".

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"She started as a slave and she became a slave master", Mr Parlato claimed. The group's founder, Raniere, allegedly dominated numerous women, controlling what they ate and making them perform sexual favors on him.

Kristin Kreuk is accused of luring unknowing victims into the organization.

"The accusations that I was in the "inner circle" or recruited women as "sex slaves" are blatantly false", Kreuk said. During my time, I never experienced any illegal or nefarious activity.

Kreuk, who played Lana Lang, released a statement vehemently denying reports that she played a part in recruiting "sex slaves". "I am horrified and disgusted by what has come out about DOS". "She is a lovely person who should not be dragged into this mess".

Raniere left the United States late previous year after The New York Times reported the stories of some women who defected from their secret sorority and the government began interviewing potential witnesses.

Authorities also say Raniere has been bankrolled by Clare Bronfman, an heiress to the Seagram's liquor fortune.

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