Vancouver actor Kristin Kreuk has spoken out to deny accusations she was involved in recruitment of women for an alleged sex cult, after the founder of NXIVM, a self-help organization whose classes she attended, was arrested. NXIVM, founded by Keith Raniere, describes itself as "a company whose mission is to raise human awareness, foster an ethical humanitarian civilization, and celebrate what it means to be human. He is being held without bail and may face up to life in prison if convicted.
In the annals of celebrity weirdness, it rarely gets weirder than this. Led by guru Keith Raniere, NXIVM outwardly appeared to be an organization offering seminars for professional and personal advancement—life coaching. Mexican police have arrested Raniere for sex trafficking and a host of other charges and it sounds like Mack may be next.
Sadly the charges in connection with Kreuk's former co-star on Smallville, Allison Mack, purported to be second in command and who helped with initiations of branding women and encouraging the to hand over collateral to the leader she is said to have been in love with. Collateral in the form of damaging stories and nude photos that would enable Raniere to blackmail them if they tried to get out of a secret group within the cult called DOS. Fairly creepy right?
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. Following the arrest of its leader and questions about the future of Allison Macklongtime Smallville leading lady Kirstin Kreuk has issued a statement denying ties to an alleged "sex cult. Amid reports that Mack might be arrested soon, Kreuk was named as the one who recruited Mack who also appeared on Smallville into the group years ago, before leaving herself. During my time, I never experienced any illegal or nefarious activity.
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Kristin later left the group inclaiming that she never saw any illegal activities going on. Mack then rose to a high level of power under founder Keith Raniererecruiting women into what they believed was female mentorship group. Both are now uner arrest and prosecutors say she brought new members in to have sex with Raniere, who allegedly paid her in return.
Kreuk and fellow Smallville star Allison Mack started with the program back in lateearly Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack starred together in Smallville. Picture: CW Source:Supplied.
Ever since alleged cult leader Keith Raniere was arrested in Mexico last week, speculation has circulated about if or when Smallville actress Allison Mack will also be arrested for her role in allegedly recruiting women who were branded, blackmailed, near-starved, and treated as personal slaves. Long before an FBI investigation found any evidence of sexual abuse, Vancouver was home to an active self-help centre that offered Nxivm trainings. Actress Sarah Edmondson helped establish the school nearly a decade ago inafter taking her first course in
Smallville actress Kristin Kreuk has responded to recent reports she was involved in the secretive upstate New York group NXIVM, which has been likened to a cult and accused of branding women. Federal authorities on Tuesday raided an upstate New York residence connected to the group accused of coercing female followers into having sex with its leader, Keith Raniere, and getting branded with his initials. Raniere had been detained earlier this week on charges of U.
Kreuk and fellow Smallville star Allison Mack started with the program back in lateearly The pair's celebrity status was reportedly used by cult-leader Keith Raniere, 57, to attract members, according to the New York Post. Mack stayed with the program — and was reportedly with Raniere when he was arrested at his Mexican hideaway this week on sex trafficking. Raniere, 57, ran NXIVM as a self-help organisation for years but later created a secret society within it called DOS inwhich former members have described as a "sex cult".