‘Smallville’ Actress Breaks Silence on Sex Cult Involvement

Mar 30, 2018  •  Post A Comment

As the scandal unfolds surrounding what’s being called a sex cult that used “Smallville” actresses to recruit members, one of those actresses, Kristin Kreuk, has broken her silence about her involvement with the group.

The group is “Nxivm,” pronounced “Nexium.” The New York Post reports that the group’s leader has been charged with running a sex-slave cult in upstate New York.

“Kreuk and fellow CW series ‘Smallville’ star Allison Mack started with the program back in late 2005 and early 2006, and their celebrity status was used by cult leader Keith Raniere to attract members,” The Post reports. “But while Mack stayed with the program as it got weirder and more abusive — and was reportedly with Raniere when he was arrested at his Mexican hideaway this week — Kreuk denies she ever recruited anyone, and says she got out before she saw anything ‘illegal or nefarious,’ she tweeted Thursday night.

You can see the text of her tweet below. The Post report notes that “DOS” refers to “the name of the all-women Nxivm ‘sorority’ where in more recent years, the feds say, women would be extorted into having sex with Raniere and forcibly branded with his and Mack’s initials.”

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