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Actress Allison Mack appears to have tried to recruit actress Emma Watson and “The Voice” judge Kelly Clarkson into a self-help group authorities say is a sex cult, according to several tweets first unearthed by Business Insider. Donoghue said that Mack recruited women for Raniere, and that the women were “exploited, both sexually and for their labor.” He said Mack, who was arrested in Brooklyn, New York, is accused of “directly or implicitly” requiring women “to engage in sexual activity with Raniere.
Mack, best known for the superhero TV series “Smallville,” was arrested Friday for her involvement in the organization NXIVM. In exchange for this, Mack received financial and other benefits from Raniere.” Also Read: ' Smallville' Star Allison Mack Accused of Recruiting for NXIVM, Group Accused of Sex Trafficking and Branding Women In 2016, she made several attempts to reach out to Watson on Twitter.
Mack allegedly used her celebrity to lure young women into the cult, who were then pressured to have sexual relations with Raniere and were, incredibly, branded with a design based on Raniere’s and Mack’s initials in ceremonies.
Some of the Nxivm curriculum included teachings about the need for men to have multiple sexual partners and the need for women to be monogamous.”The Daily Beast has previously reported how Mack is alleged to have helped form a secret sorority within the group, known as DOS (Dominos Obsequious Sororium, which means Master Over the Slave Women), envisioning “a united group of women branded in the name of Mr.
” Neither Watson nor Clarkson responded to Mack’s tweets.