Smallville's Kristin Kreuk Issues Statement About Alleged Involvement In Sex Cult

Smallville's Kristin Kreuk Issues Statement About Alleged Involvement In Sex Cult

Smallville's Kristin Kreuk Issues Statement About Alleged Involvement In Sex Cult

Smallville actress Kristin Kreuk has denied allegations that she used to recruit girls as "sex slaves" for a controversial group.

In a letter attributed to Raniere previously posted on a website related to NXIVM, the leader of the self-described self-help group leader denied sanctioning the notorious practices. Its creator, Keith Raniere, was arrested on Monday on charges of sex trafficking.

Kreuk remained silent when the accusations first made headlines but now, the actress has taken to her social media page to speak about her involvement in the alleged cult and maintain her innocence.

The New York Post said that Kreuk had been apart of NXIVM's "Dominus Obsequious Sororium", which means "Master Over the Slave Woman". "Jness" is considered a support group for women.

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She claims she got involved with Nxivm to deal with her "previous shyness" but "never experienced any illegal or nefarious activity". "I am horrified and disgusted by what has come out about DOS".

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Raniere and NXIVM have been the subject of criticism for years, dating back to at least 2012 when the Times Union of Albany published a series of articles examining the organisation and allegations that it was like a cult. Reports stated that he liked thin women so the sex slaves in his group were only allowed to eat 500 to 800 calories a day.

According to a criminal complaint filed Monday, Raniere ran a pyramid scheme in which male "masters" collected "collateral", including information and photos from female "slaves" in order to coerce them into sex or other tasks. She allegedly came up with the idea to brand women, and there are reportedly videotapes of Ranier and Mack burning initials into sex slaves' pelvic areas. Kreuk played Clark Kent's brunette love interest Lana Lang, and Mack played the blonde in love with Kent, Chloe Sullivan. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents raided a home in NY connected to alleged cult leader Keith Raniere, CBS Los Angeles reports. Mack was present in Mexico was Raniere was arrested.

Raniere left the United States late a year ago after The New York Times reported the stories of some women who defected from their secret sorority and the government began interviewing potential witnesses. Other members also reportedly include former "Dallas" star Catherine Oxenberg's daughter India Oxenberg, wealthy Seagram's heiresses Sara and Clare Bronfman, and "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li" star Kristin Kreuk.

Bronfman gave millions of dollars covering expenses like private air travel costing US$65,000 (A$84,617) flight, court papers say.

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