Smallville Star Reportedly Second In Command In Hot Rod-Branding Sex Cult

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November 13, 2017  02:43 PM

There have been a lot of crazy stories about sexual misconduct and abuse in Hollywood as of late, with a number of victims coming out and sharing stories about inappropriate treatment by actors, executives and comedians in the industry.

While this story doesn’t involve abuse or maltreatment, it does sound much like another wild sexual Hollywood story, this time involving Smallville star Allison Mack. According to a shocking report by the Daily Mail, Mack is allegedly the “key recruiter” of a sex cult that’s called NXIVM DOS with DOS being “Dominus Obsequious Sororium.” For those who don’t understand the Latin phrase, the words translate to “Master Over The Slave Women.”

The New York Times reported on NXIVM last month, saying that the leader of the group forces its members to take up “near-starvation diets” to satisfy the head’s sexual cravings and that the group brands women with hot rods. It might sound too shocking to believe, but a testimony by former publicist Frank Parlato in The Sun explains that women are “brainwashed into handing blackmail-worthy material” and then turned into a member or slave.

Parlato also said that an “Emmy Award-winning actress” has been a “key recruiter” for the DOS, and while The Sun did not name her, Daily Mail revealed her to be Mack, the actress who’s been playing Clark Kent’s friend and sidekick Chloe Sullivan on Smallville.

Though Mack admits on her personal website that DOS’ founder, Keith Raniere has been her mentor for years, a spokesman for the actress says that the CW star isn’t speaking to the press as of this moment. Guess Hollywood has a lot of wild secrets.

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