Here’s How Allison Mack Allegedly Recruited Women Into Sex Cult — And Kept Them In…

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The more we learn about Allison Mack‘s alleged involvement in the long-rumored sex cult Nxivm, the more disturbed we are… and court documents obtained today by Us Weekly are digging deeper into the sordid affair like never before.

For one, the alleged exact details of how Mack recruited women to be part of the apparent sex ring are coming out, as it’s said the former Smallville actress brought women around by telling them about her involvement with “a women’s empowerment group or sorority.”

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If that alone doesn’t make your skin crawl, there’s also this… according to court docs, Allison “aggressively recruited DOS slaves, who were attractive young women” to be a part of the cult.

That meant there was not only a need to entice women — the report goes on to say she also had to seal the deal by making the women “provide the group with naked photographs, assets, criminal confessions and other damaging information, known as collateral,” so they could effectively blackmail women into remaining a part of the group.

Then it’s said the 35-year-old actress had a direct hand in performing certain ceremonies required of the group, like their branding incidents:

“Mack would perform ceremonies in which her slaves were branded ├óΓé¼┬ª [She] would place her hands on the slaves’ chests and told them to ├óΓé¼╦£feel the pain’ and to ├óΓé¼╦£think of their master,’ as slaves cried in pain.”


Related: Two More Actresses Revealed As Part Of Alleged Sex Cult

Just a few days ago, Mack was released on a $5 million bail bond and sentenced to house arrest, so she’s free and out of jail for now — but these court documents sure do bring some damning, scary new information to light.

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Apr 30, 2018 8:35pm PST

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