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Former Smallville Actress Allison Mac Pleads Guilty in Sex Cult Case

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Once hailed as the best sidekick to a young Clark Kent during her stint on Smallville, Allison Mack is known now for twisting her inviting demeanor to lure women into an abusive sex cult named NXIVM. April 8th, the former actress went to federal court in Brooklyn, pleading guilty to racketeering charges. She stands accused of recruiting sex slaves for the sex cult’s spiritual leader, Keith Raniere.

Last year in New York, Allison Mack was arrested for coercing and manipulating young women into a lifestyle of sexual servitude. Acting as the lead recruiter for the men of NXIVM, Mack is facing 15 years to life in prison for conspiracy, conspiracy to commit forced labor, and sex trafficking. Released from custody on $5 million bond, the actress has been expected to comply with investigative efforts and prosecutors building the case against cult leader Keith Raniere. Her involvement with the illicit organization left so many dumbfounded.

From Self-Help to Sadism

How could the seemingly innocent and mousy Mack be capable of convincing women to commit themselves to Master-slave sexual relationships consummated by pelvic brands? Those in the know say it began in 2006 with the popularity of the life-changing novel The Secret.

While living and filming Smallville in Vancouver, Mack became involved with the burgeoning bohemian lifestyle. Invested in the New Age counterculture, which was the center of such sexually liberating movements in the 60s, Mack was fascinated by empowering, self-help tools the book suggested. These tools and principles were used by Raniere’s cult, dispensed through ESP or Executive Success Programs.

Selling a dream of achieving goals and attaining status, overcoming traumas, and commanding confidence, the courses ranged from single to extended sessions. Those who could afford the high price tag would find themselves in the presence of Raniere via short videos fed into curriculum by instructors in conference centers.

The small group sessions focused on gleaning information from attendees, in a fashion similar to Scientology readings. Through this process, a source who attended the courses says it was easy to identify targets for recruitment to DOS, a secret society also known as “The Vow.” Preying on Allison Mack’s desire to assist and uplift others, recruiters manipulated her desire to make a contribution to female empowerment. But her place in the organization came at a price.

The Vow

Those who wanted to join the elite circle were required to perform menial tasks and submit incriminating personal information in the event they ever attempted to leave. Photos, testimonials, any form of collateral was collected and saved for use if former members attempted to discredit the organization. Court documents state that “DOS slaves understood that if they told anyone about DOS, if they left DOS or if they failed to complete assignments given to them by their masters, their collateral could be released.”

Members were subjected to forced celibacy, sleep deprivation, and starvation. They took part in ‘readiness’ drills and suffered humiliation tactics. Later, at Allison Mack’s behest, the group engaged in branding ceremonies to mark the pelvic area of slaves. According to court documents, Mack would place her hands on the slaves’ chests and told them to “feel the pain” and to think of their master.”

Sobbing in court before Judge Nicholas Garaufis, Allison Mack pleaded, “I must take full responsibility for my conduct. I am very sorry for my role in this case. I am very sorry to my family and to the good people I hurt through my misguided adherence to Keith Raniere’s teachings.” She admitted to keeping a slave “to perform services” for her, and concealing the identity of Raniere’s role as head of DOS. While her sentencing is set for September 11th, Mack does not stand alone. In total, six people were apprehended for their part in the cult along with Seagram’s liquor heriess Claire Bronfman, who funded the organization.

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It Was Never About Meghan! Prince William Spread Rumors to Cover His Infidelity

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After months of using Meghan Markle as the perfect scapegoat for tension between the royals, reports of Prince William’s infidelity have surfaced. According to multiple news outlets, the expected king has allegedly cheated with Catherine Middleton’s best friend, Rose Hanbury.

Surely his father’s son, Prince William has brought shame upon the royal family for repeating the lecherous mistake of an extramarital affair. But his indiscretions carry a twist. Instead of carrying the shame as Prince Charles did, William shifted blame onto Meghan, concocting the many negative stories that plagued media outlets himself. With this knowledge, it is now apparent why there is such distance between the sons of Princess Diana.

The marriage of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has allegedly been on the rocks for quite some time. But things have recently come to a head in recent months as the couple dissolved their friendship with Rose Hanbury and her husband, David Rocksavage — aka the Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley. pronounced “Chumley”.

When rumors of an affair between William and Rose began circulating, Catherine immediately confronted him as the tryst took place during her third pregnancy. To quell the oncoming storm , Prince William contacted his lawyer, urging him to suppress any information that could hit U.K outlets and threatening offensive publications with legal action. In addition, media outlets that cover the royals’ goings-on began to heavily deride Meghan Markle, fueling rumors she was difficult or causing Kate’s disappointment. While news of his affair has been spreading for several weeks, it’s validity remained questioned until April 24th. Catherine Middleton returned to London last night with only her 3 children and the royal family is refusing to comment on the matter.

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Bun B Fires At Intruder in Houston Home

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When Bernard “Bun B” Freeman said “I got 20/10 vision and my trigger finger steady,” DeMonte Jackson was not listening! The iconic Houston rapper shot the armed intruder who entered his home Tuesday night.

According to the police report, DeMonte Jackson’s attempted robbery began when he approached Bun B’s southwest Houston home and rang the doorbell. Anticipating a delivery from Amazon, Bun B’s wife, Queenie, opened the door without looking to see who was on the other side and found herself staring down the barrel of a gun. Wearing a ski mask and pointing the weapon at Queenie, Jackson forced entry into the home while shouting demands.

Hearing the disturbance, Bun B quickly armed himself and made his way downstairs. Upon seeing the intruder holding his wife hostage, Bun B tried negotiating with Jackson. Fearful for her safety, he told the intruder to take their vehicle from the garage. With Queenie out of harm’s way, Bun B led Jackson to the car, where he confronted him. Exchanging gunfire in the garage, Bun B shot the intruder in the shoulder. However, Jackson escaped. Running away from the property, he laid low before seeking care at a hospital where he would later be apprehended.

DeMonte Jackson was charged with one count of burglary and two counts of aggravated robbery. Neither Queenie or Bun B sustained physical injuries.

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Anonymous Caller Claimed Kevin Hunter Poisoned Wendy Williams

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According to PEOPLE magazine, a caller concerned about Wendy Williams’ wellbeing during her lengthy hiatus reported Kevin Hunter to authorities. The anonymous samaritan accused Hunter of allegedly poisoning his now estranged wife.

January 18th, authorities were anonymously contacted and instructed to perform a wellness check on the talk show diva. Implying Kevin Hunter was poisoning Williams, authorities rushed over to their New Jersey home to confirm her safety. When they arrived, Kevin Hunter answered the door and was reported as “hesitant” to allow authorities to enter the home.

Having recently fractured her shoulder, Wendy was found in her bed. However, authorities noted she was suspiciously covered from neck to toe. When questioned about the validity of the caller’s claims, Wendy “became tearful”, yet she denied anything was amiss. Kevin Hunter, who remained present, reportedly said “there had never been any calls to his house regarding domestic violence.” Officers then asked Wendy to confirm she was fine and once she did, they left the property.

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