In 2007, Allison Mack, “Smallville” television star, joined Keith Raniere’s cult/pyramid scheme NXIVM. She was recruited into the scheme by fellow “Smallville” actress Kristin Kreuk.
Allison Mack Cult Recruitment Videos 2013-2017 (NXIVM, Jness, DOS, sex slave cult, pyramid scheme)
Over time, even while the cult’s illegal practices grew more sinister and depraved, Mack worked her way up within the pyramidal hierarchy, eventually replacing the late Pam Cafritz at the top of Keith Raniere’s personal harem and becoming second in charge of the cult’s female “slaves.”
After Cafritz died in 2016, Mack assumed leadership of the NXIVM subsidiary “women’s group” Jness. Mack then formed a secretive subgroup within NXIVM called “Dominus Obsequious Sororium” or “Dominant Over Submissive” (DOS), in which women were coerced into serving as sex slaves.
Both “women’s groups,” Jness and DOS, are based on the teachings of cult ringleader Keith Raniere. Both programs require members to keep the teachings secret.
Jness starts with entry-level “self-improvement” courses about female empowerment. Beginners are not told about the higher-level teachings until they prove themselves qualified.
After Mack assumed control of Jness, it became a training ground and recruitment camp for DOS. According to NXIVM’s former publicist, the “cream” of Jness women were invited to join DOS, and the “cream” of DOS women were handpicked by Keith Raniere to become his sex slaves and join his personal harem of approximately two dozen women.
All women in DOS also provide labor as personal “slaves” for their female “masters” within the pyramid. Mack directly controls several women as their slave master.
In the testimonial videos compiled here, Allison Mack promotes Jness, speaking about it vaguely and innocuously as a women’s empowerment group that teaches personal responsibility and positive relationships among women. These testimonials, created by Mack from 2013 to 2017, are compiled here chronologically.
Allison Christin Mack was arrested on April 20, 2018, on federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor. In a filing with the court, federal prosecutors asserted that Mack “is charged with using force, fraud and coercion to recruit and maintain DOS slaves, and instructing those slaves to engage in sexual acts with Raniere, among other assignments. [Mack] aggressively recruited DOS slaves and required those slaves to recruit slaves of their own. As alleged in the complaint charging [Raniere], [Mack] was focused on recruiting attractive young women who could meet Raniere’s sexual preferences.”
Keith Raniere and Allison Mack both face fifteen years to life in prison.
NXIVM SEX CULT SURVIVOR: ‘I’m not obedient enough’
Female members of the NXIVM cult were forced to have sex with the group’s sadistic svengali “for their own growth,” a new documentary reveals.
That’s just one of the startling revelations in the A&E series ‘Cults and Extreme Belief’.
Cult leaders Keith Raniere and former Smallville star Allison Mack are charged with sex trafficking in relation to the cult’s activities.
Former members told host Elizabeth Vargas how the cult brainwashed members.
In one clip, former member Sarah Edmundson explains the “charismatic” Raniere’s methods.