According to a report, Smallville star Allison Mack has been accused of being a “key recruiter” in a creepy sex cult! The former actress is reportedly the second in command in the sick secret community called DOS. The sect derives from the known self-help group NXIVM, run by “master” Keith Raniere.
As RadarOnline.com has learned from Daily Mail reports, Mack, 35, is Raniere’s right-hand woman. She is the one who rounds up new “slaves” for the troubled cult founder, as well as the one who first introduced corporeal punishment to the group, according to the report.
According to a Daily Mail source, the members who do not recruit enough slaves of their own, are beaten with a paddle on their naked buttocks.
Allison Mack has reportedly gained so much power in the secret group that her initials are now used as a cult logo, along with Keith Raniere’s. When women enter the sect, they are allegedly ordered to strip naked and are then branded with a symbol made up from Mack and Raniere’s initials. Daily Mail has obtained countless images of women displaying the symbol as a burn scar on their bodies.
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While Mack has spoken publicly about her work with Raniere, 31, it has never been in the context of a cult. On her website, the actress actually named the NXIVM founder as her biggest mentor, claiming that he expanded her knowledge in the fields of acting and music, and brought her closer to the nature of humanity.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, actress Catherine Oxenberg, 56, recently claimed her daughter India, 26, was part of the secret society. She said the young beauty was frail and sickly from all the extreme dieting required by the cult masters. Oxenberg added that when she confronted her daughter about the creepy sect, the brainwashed former "slave" defended Raniere, saying he had shown her a new way of life.
According to a New York Times report, a string of women have now come forward about the sick cult, blaming Raniere for manipulating them into a bizarre and unhealthy lifestyle.
Allison Mack is not answering press questions at the time, according to her rep.
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