Smallville's Kristen Kreuk denies being part of NXIVM sex cult

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After Kreuk's departure, Mack and Raniere allegedly carved their initials in burns on a sex workers body among other sadistic rituals.

Due to the notoriety of the cult (also known as DOS), it emerged that Mack joined the group alongside fellow "Smallville" star Kristin Kreuk, who took to Twitter on Thursday to break her silence about her involvement in the group, refuting rumours that she recruited young women in the cult. Kreuk played love interest Laura Lang while Mack played best friend and journalist Chloe Sullivan.

Local authorities advised the news outlet that the former CW actress and the other cult members later engaged in a high-speed chase with the officers.

Raniere, 57, was reportedly arrested while surrounded by women at a $10,000-a-week luxury villa on Sunday. FBI Asst. Director William Sweeney stated after the arrest of Raniere that the cult leader "displayed a disgusting abuse of power in his efforts to denigrate and manipulate women he considered his sex slaves", and that Raniere "allegedly participated in horrifying acts of branding and burning them, with the co-operation of other women operating within this unorthodox pyramid scheme". The newspaper said that Kreuk left in 2012 when the Albany Times Union printed allegations that the cult leader had sex with underage girls. He's been extradited to the USA for charges related to "sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor".

Kreuk reveals that she was part of the freakish "self-help group" (pronounced "Nexium") from 2006 to 2012, along with fellow Smallville star Allison Mack (who's still active in the group).

Mack, who appears in several recruitment videos with Raniere on youTube, is believed to be his top recruiter and introduced corporeal punishment for the "slaves".

This isn't the first time NXIVM has made headlines.

Rumors of NXIVM running a "sex cult" first surfaced in November of previous year, with Mack as the news hook for numerous entertainment outlets. This has many implications, as "CC-1" has supposedly forced her slaves to pose nude in photos, and is a "direct slave" of Rainier. Read her full post (below). Sarah Edmondson, a Canadian actress who has spoken openly about her experience trying to leave the cult, supported Kreuk's statement.

"The accusations that I was in the "inner circle" or recruited women as "sex slaves" are blatantly false", the statement continued. "I am horrified and disgusted by what has come out about DOS".

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