[Blind Gossip] These two TV actresses are citizens of two different countries… but are both in a lot of trouble!
They are involved in an odd group that we’ve been telling you about for a long time. As a result, they are now facing some potentially serious legal consequences.
We hear that they knew that this battle was coming and took a small precaution to try to protect themselves.
They got married.
To each other.
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[Optional] How will the marriage protect them?
Actresses: Allison Mack and Nicki Clyne
The story of the Nxivm Cult just keeps getting stranger and stranger!
Blind Gossip told you about the Nxivm (pronounced “Nexium”) organization a year ago. Nxivm recruited young women into their “executive success” organization, branded and starved them, and took photos of their vaginas as “collateral” if the women ever tried to leave. We told you that several celebrities had ties to the cult.
Allison Mack was one of the stars of Smallville. She was recruited into Nxivm by another Smallville actress named Kristin Kreuk.
Nicki Clyne was one of the stars of Battlestar Gallactica. She left Battlestar to work for Nxivm full time.
At one point, Mack, Kreuk, and Clyne were all in the cult together, and were developing a website together. The website was supposed to help college students and organizations achieve success. The real purpose may have been to recruit female college students to the organization.
Kreuk has supposedly left the cult since then. However, Allison Mack and Nicki Clyne are still deeply involved with the cult and with each other.
In fact, they have gotten married!
Why? Well, their marriage could be an immigration play. Allison Mack was born in Germany but is an American citizen. Nicki Clyne is a Canadian citizen.
From The Toronto Sun:
Sex cult Smallville star wed Canadian ‘slave’ so she could stay in U.S.
Accused sex cult leader and former Smallville star Allison Mack allegedly married Canadian “slave” Nicki Clyne so the actress could stay in the U.S.
In a new bombshell report, Art Voice reports Clyne — a former Battlestar Galactica star — was one of the women chasing cops in Mexico after cult leader Keith Raniere was busted for sex trafficking.
Sources inside the cult, called NXIVM, claimed Clyne was having trouble fulfilling her visa obligations.
They added that the daughter of Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg witnessed the ceremony.
All three women are branded in their pubic area with Raniere’s initials and live together in Mack’s Albany, NY townhouse.
The love guru fled south of the border after an explosive report in The New York Times about the twisted happenings inside the cult.
Vanity Fair reported that the heiresses to the Bronfman booze fortune have shelled out more than $150 million to Raniere.
Raniere is now in federal custody and will be arraigned in Brooklyn on sex trafficking charges.
“The reason for the fake marriage is that Clyne is Canadian and Mack a U.S. citizen,” a source told Art Voice, adding that marriage is a common way for cult members who are foreign nationals to get around immigration rules.
Women from Canada, the United Kingdom and Mexico all took part in the scam.
Vancouver-born Clyne reportedly has an O-1 visa, typically used for entertainers who bring worth to the U.S. economy. However, Raniere did not want her to work.
One friend commented on Mack’s Instagram account: “Congrats love to you and Nicki Clyne. I didn’t know you got married. I’m happy you found love amongst all the bad stuff:).”
Clyne, 35, played Cally Henderson Tyrol on Galactica from 2003-2008. She joined NXIVM around 2006 and was recruited in her hometown.
She was killed off from the show, allegedly so she could become Mack and Raniere’s “slave.”
Sources say Clyne and Mack’s relationship is not a romantic one. They also claim the Canadian was active in promoting sex trafficking and helped recruit new followers.
Both women are expected to be charged.
Keith Raniere was arrested in Mexico in March 2018. Allison Mack was arrested by the FBI in New York on April 20, 2018. She was charged with sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy. Clyne may face similar charges.
We do not know the true nature of the Mack-Clyne marriage. Remember that this is a cult, so “normal” rules of behavior, relationships and marriage do not apply here.
The Toronto Sun story posits that the Mack-Clyne marriage is an immigration play.
However, according to U.S. law, their marriage may also legally protect them from having to testify against each other.
Did you catch the “battle” and “small” clues? Nicki Clyne was one of the stars of Battlestar Galactica, and Allison Mack was one of the stars of Smallville.
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Blind Gossip told you exactly a month ago that actresses Allison Mack and Nicki Clyne had secretly married.
Now, Frank Parlato, a former NXIVM member, is clarifying the reasons behind the marriage.
We call Frank Parlato “The Leah Remini of NXIVM.” This one man should be given much of the credit for exposing and taking down this evil cult via his website, Frank Report.
Parlato says that the two women were not in a romantic relationship with each other. They were married at the behest of cult leader Keith Raniere to prevent Clyne from being deported out of the United States.
Furthermore, Clyne is branded with Raniere’s initials and is Allison Mack’s “slave” in the cult.
From Fox News:
TV stars Allison Mack and Nicki Clyne married on orders from ‘cult’ leader Keith Raniere, source says
A raft of lurid details emerged when “Smallville” star Allison Mack was arrested and charged with sex trafficking last month on allegations she was acting as “slave master” in a secret sex cult.
Among them was the shocking revelation that Mack is married to “Battlestar Galactica’s” actress Nicki Clyne, and Fox News has learned their union was set up by their alleged cult leader, Keith Raniere.
Mack, who played Chloe Sullivan on the CW series “Smallville” for 10 years, and “Battlestar Galactica’s” Clyne gave up their careers in order to join the upstate New York-based, self-help organization NXIVM led by controversial co-founder Raniere.
“They were told to get married by Raniere and they jumped right into it,” Frank Parlato, NXIVM’s former publicist, told Fox News. “To them it was all for the greater good of the mission.”
Other sources told Fox News that the two actresses participated in shocking rituals as part of a secret society within NXIVM called “DOS” — branding their “slaves,” forcing women to have sex with Raniere, and carrying out various forms of public humiliation.
Our sources said they got married on Raniere’s orders so that Clyne, a Canadian citizen, could remain in the United States.
Parlato added: “It wasn’t a romance at all.”
Parlato claimed that Clyne is branded with Raniere’s initials and is Mack’s “slave” in the society.
“Nicki is Allison’s slave in DOS,” he said. “Allison was giving her orders 24 hours a day.”
The marriage, which purportedly took place in upstate New York and was witnessed by India Oxenberg, the daughter of “Dynasty” actress Catherine Oxenberg, is supposedly a common tactic employed by Raniere to keep women living in the country illegally from being deported.
Oxenberg’s attorney, Clara DiMare, said in a statement to Fox News, that the 26-year-old former model was “deeply saddened by the untrue allegations that have made about her in the media,” but had no further comment to add.
It is unclear when and under what circumstances Mack and Clyne met, but their paths crossed early on. Clyne played a small role as a waitress on an episode of “Smallville” during its first season, and, like “Smallville,” “Battlestar Galactica” filmed in Vancouver. Both stars were working in Canada during the same time frame on their respective series.
By 2007, both Mack and Clyne became involved in NXIVM’s operations in Vancouver. Raniere and other NXIVM higher-ups used both actresses’ fame – alongside that of Mack’s “Smallville” co-star Kristin Kreuk – to recruit new members, sources say. Kreuk eventually left NXIVM and has since denied that she had any role in recruiting sex slaves. She has said she knew nothing about “DOS,” which reportedly formed in later years.
You can read the entire story here.
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