Allison Mack joined sex cult NXIVM to ‘become a great actress again’

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“Smallville” actress Allison Mack first got involved in the infamous cult NXIVM because she thought co-founder Keith Raniere could help her “become a great actress again.”

“I moved to Albany (NXIVM headquarters) to fill that emptiness and find the soul of myself again, if that makes sense, as it had fizzled,” she explained in a 2017 interview with Vanessa Grigoriadis, which was unearthed on Monday in the journalist and Gabriel Sherman’s new podcast, “Infamous: Inside America’s Biggest Scandals.”

“I asked Keith if he would help me become a great actress again because I felt like I was a fraud.”

In 1998, Raniere, 62, and Nancy Salzman, 68, founded NXIVM, a personal development company that offered “Executive Success Programs” and a range of techniques promising self-improvement with an emphasis on bringing “more joy” into people’s lives.

Mack pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges.
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The group made headlines after garnering support from Clare and Sara Bronfman, daughters of the late philanthropist and Seagrams heir, Edgar Bronfman, Sr.

However, the company ran into serious trouble when former members came forward claiming that they had been indoctrinated into a twisted sex-slave cult, where women were branded with Raniere’s initials and forced to have sex with hi

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