Well, this is completely bonkers. But also a pretty serious
Do you remember that story about the self-help group having a cult where women are branded with the cult leader’s initials?
Well, Smallville actress Allison Mack is now accused of being one of the highest ranking members of that cult. Which is actually super serious.
Allison Mack is an actress whom you probably recognize.
She was a main character on Smallville, the Superman prequel TV series that ran for, and this is neither a joke nor an exaggeration, ten seasons.
Before she played Chloe, Clark Kent’s high school classmate and friend, Allison Mack started off doing commercials as a child.
She got her first big break as an actress when she played a teenager on the Christian family drama 7th Heaven, portraying a self-injuring teenager.
(That 7th Heaven thing involves a weird coincidence and we’ll come back to that)
More recently, Allison Mack had a recurring role on Wilfred. She’s also done voice work for DC animated films, just in the past several years.
The fact that she’s a familiar face to so many makes these accusations against her shocking.
When the NXIVM story broke, there was zero mention of Allison Mack.
The New York Times published a stunning expose of NXIVM and their alleged sex cult.
A woman interviewed described how she had left the organization, which is ostensibly a self-help group (and has been characterized as a pyramid scheme in the past), after being held down and branded.
Yes, branded — like the thing that they do to cattle-thieves in cowboy movies. The thing with a hot iron. being pressed into someone’s skin until the burn is so thorough that the mark is permanent.
(In the case of NXIVM, a doctor is accused of giving the brands with a cauterizing tool … which, to be clear, is not …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip