Horrific details have surfaced about Allison Mack's alleged treatment of sex slaves she is accused of recruiting into the NXIVM cult, RadarOnline.com has learned.
According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, Mack was "deep" into her role as a master within NXIVM. As Radar readers know, Mack and the cult's ringleader Keith Raniere are currently facing sex trafficking charges.
NXIVM has been accused of sexually abusing, brainwashing, threatening and blackmailing women in addition to branding them with the leaders' initials.
A woman who spoke with two of Mack's alleged slaves described Mack's treatment of the women as "incredibly intimidating, cruel and punitive," the report said.
Mack is accused of making terrifying threats to the women beneath her. A woman who spoke to the outlet said "the slaves told her Mack threatened to release the collateral she had gathered on them if they didn't sleep with Raniere."
A former roommate of Mack's suggested that the actress has become brainwashed. She said Mack believes women can be healed by having sex with Raniere.
"I don't think she was actually trafficking girls," the unnamed roommate told the outlet. "It doesn't mean she doesn't deserve punishment, but I think she had drunk enough Kool-Aid to really believe that these girls were going to save the world with Raniere's super-sperm."
Raniere allegedly told women in NXIVM that they "were all connected via his sperm," the outlet further claimed.
Additionally, Mack allegedly told her slaves they made a "lifetime vow" to the alleged sex cult. The report further claimed the Smallville star "berated" the slaves and "told them they were worth nothing."
Ultimately, the female slaves claimed Mack told them "they would be destroyed" if they refused sex with Raniere, dated other men, or ditched the group.
Mack's group of slaves were called a "slave pod," according to the report.
Mack is currently under house arrest in California at her parents' home. She was released on a $5 million bond, while Raniere is still being held in prison.
The defendants are scheduled to appear in court on June 13.
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