It started in late , when she attended a two-day introduction to Jness in Vancouver. Kreuk, who played Lana Lang on the CW show, has admitted to being in Nxivm but denies any involvement in or knowledge of the secret sorority. She tweeted a statement explaining that she left the group years ago and has declined to comment further. When the seminar concluded, Mack was invited to fly to Albany, N.
Kristin Kreuk breaks silence on involvement in ‘Smallville’ co-star’s alleged sex trafficking cult
'Smallville' Actress Allison Mack Pleaded Guilty in 'Sex Cult' Case
Six years ago, Allison Mack sat on a purple rug filming a segment for her YouTube channel. A colorful scarf knitted by a friend. Mack said. As charming and innocuous as she appeared, Ms. Mack was entranced by an organization that promoted itself as a mentorship program but was on the brink of devolving into a so-called sex cult. In April, the year-old actress pleaded guilty to racketeering and racketeering conspiracy and faces up to 20 years in prison. Beyond the lurid details of the case is a story of a bright, beloved young woman in Hollywood who longed for enlightenment, but instead became enthralled by the teachings of a twisted leader.
Guest View: Allison Mack might never have become Vanguard’s sex slave – but for Kristin Kreuk
Keith Raniere, the founder and leader of the controversial self-help group Nxivm , was found guilty of sex trafficking and racketeering on Wednesday. Attorney Richard Donoghue. Sentencing is scheduled for September 25, with Raniere facing life in prison for his crimes. Smallville actress Allison Mack has pleaded guilty to racketeering and racketeering conspiracy charges related to her involvement in the group.
Some readers think that Frank Report has devoted too much space to Kristin Kreuk. Yet, just in the last few days, she was mentioned hundreds of times in comments by a wide array of different readers. Some readers — including Sultan of Six — have rushed to defend Kreuk. My own opinion is that I feel sorry for Kreuk.