Oxenberg – whose daughter, India, 27, was a slave of Mack’s before her arrest in April – revealed Mack's dirty deeds for the NXIVM sex slave ring in her upcoming book, Captive: A Mother’s Crusade to Save Her Daughter from a Terrifying Cult.
The distraught mom revealed NXIVM secrets she learned after speaking to the Smallville actress’s alleged former slaves. One alleged victim of Mack’s who escaped told Oxenberg that Mack took her job of “pimping” cult leader Keith Raniere “very seriously.”
Mack dubbed herself her own nicknames including “Madam Mack,” “Pimp Mack,” and “the Madam,” suggesting she hand-picked women for the cult leader, slaves told Oxenberg.
What’s more is one alleged sex slave claimed Mack instructed the women to not only have sex with the middle-aged leader but she “granted” them permission to “enjoy” it.
Once the alleged slaves began having sexual relations with Raniere, Mack would in turn become jealous, Oxenberg was told.
“I would hear from many slaves that Allison was also very territorial about Keith and felt threatened and jealous of each woman she sent to have sex with him – which resulted in her being very punitive and sadistic as a master,” Oxenberg wrote.
Mack was also notoriously known for being “obsessed with penance and weight.”
“They also had to give collateral every month, and keep closely to their starvation diets,” Oxenberg wrote.
Oxenberg was sick with worry when India returned home in 2017 looking “gaunt” and battling health issues, Radar reported.
The former Dynasty actress also claimed Mack would host “readiness drills” where slaves had to reply to texts from their “master” at all hours of the night.
Another alleged slave told Oxenberg that Mack would give her slaves specific instructions before they met with Raniere. Mack would tell slaves to “let him take photos of you naked afterward to prove you’ve completed this assignment, and send them to your master," Oxenberg claimed.
Mack, Raniere and four others accused of leading the cult’s inner sex slave ring face multiple counts of racketeering charges.
Mack’s alleged slaves also confessed to Oxenberg that Mack would cover up the alleged sex crimes by claiming Raniere was helping them work on their body issues. Oxenberg's book comes out Aug. 7.
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