Subject: Re: Former 'Smallville' Actress Allegedly Second In Command Of Sex Cult
On Friday, November 10, 2017 at 1:19:14 PM UTC-5, anim8rfsk wrote:
> In article<ztydnb4vPqXueZjHnZ2dnUU7-XOdnZ2d@giganews.com>,
> Ubiquitous<email@example.com> wrote:
> > According to the Daily Mail, actress Allison Mack, 35, who played Clark
> > Kent's friend Chloe Sullivan on Smallville, is allegedly second in
> > command of a secret sex cult.
> > The cult, called DOS, is allegedly a secret society for the highest-
> > ranking female members within the self-help group NXIVM, which was
> > founded by Keith Raniere. In October, The New York Times reported of a
> > secret sorority that branded women, starved them and beat them if they
> > didn't recruit enough “slaves.”
> > Frank Parlato, a former spokesman for NXIVM (pronounced Nex-e-um),
> > stated on his blog that Mack supervises DOS, which brands women; he
> > alleged that Mack is only second to Raniere in terms of seniority. On
> > Wednesday, Parlato told The Sun that an “Emmy Award-winning actress” is
> > a “key recruiter” for DOS.
> > The Daily Mail reports that the alleged actress is Mack.
> > Parlato wrote on his blog, The Frank Report, that Mack created DOS to
> > become a “force for good and a female force against evil.”
> > The Daily Mail reports:
> > Ex-members have detailed how only the most loyal NXIVM female
> > members are offered the ability to try out for DOS. In order
> > to join, prospective new members must allegedly turn over
> > damning personal information as a show of trust. But ex-members
> > say that information is actually used to keep members from
> > speaking out about the horrifying reality of the group.
> > themselves, and it spreads down from there like a pyramid
> > scheme.
> > Frank alleged that women in the group are kept on a 500-800 calorie a
> > day diet; that “slaves” must immediately answer their masters at all
> > times and are beaten on their buttocks if they do not recruit other
> > “slaves,” and that Mack introduced corporal punishment to the group.
> > The Daily Mail adds:
> > When women are deemed worthy to enter the group, they are
> > ordered to strip at an initiation ceremony and then branded
> > with a symbol that includes both Raniere and Mack's initials.
> > The blog also says that there's yet another tier of
> > the cult above DOS. Women who perform well in DOS may also
> > be invited to join Raniere's harem.
> > NXIVM has responded to the charges, stating: “The allegations relayed
> > in the story are built upon sources, some of which are under criminal
> > investigation or already indicted, who act as a coordinated group. We
> > will explore any and all legal remedies to correct these lies.”
> > Mack has stated on her personal website that Raniere “mentored [her] in
> > her study of acting and music. … As such, she has developed a deep
> > connection to the nature of humanity as it relates to acting as an art
> > form, and a tool for personal evolution.”
> > The New York Post has reported that former Dynasty star Catherine
> > Oxenberg met with prosecutors in New York Attorney General Eric
> > Schneiderman's office to discuss her daughter India, who is a member of
> > the group. Oxenberg said, “Some people have said this is a voluntary
> > sorority. The women I have spoken to tell a far different story.
> > Coercion is not voluntary. Extortion is not voluntary. Blackmail is not
> > voluntary.”
> Come on, Ubi, don't hide the URL, at least not on stuff like this!
Ubi has always been dragging.
Here is the New York Times article: