Actress From Battlestar Galactica Allegedly Another Hollywood Star In Sex Cult
The reputedly depraved sex cult that allegedly brands and blackmails women and reportedly ensnared former Smallville actress Allison Mack, has reportedly ensnared Battlestar Galactica actress Nikki Clyne.
According to Sun Online, Clyne is a member of the DOS cult, and like other women belonging to the cult, has been branded with leader Keith Raniere's initials. Sun Online claims it has amassed a plethora of explicit pictures and videos of cult members that were used to blackmail members of the cult. Sun Online reports that the images are referred to as "collateral" by those in DOS, and they include pornographic videos, close up shots of genitals and sinister “confession videos” from the cult's members.
Sun Online states, "Sci-fi star Nicki is believed to be one of those who handed over damaging material as "collateral" in a bid to prove her loyalty to DOS - which stands for “dominus obsequious sororium" - Latin for “master over the slave women."
Clyne is allegedly friends with Mack, whose participation in the cult allegedly included recruiting members; the cult itself is reputedly a secret sorority that is a part of a so-called self-help group called Nxivm.
A mother whose daughter is trapped in the cult told Sun Online that the well-known actresses had been "used" by Raniere to lure other women into joining. Sun Online adds, "Former members of DOS who left the group have told how they had to respond to text messages from their masters 24/7 otherwise they were beaten with paddles.They also had to give blackmail-worthy "collateral" - which they understood would be published if they ever left the group."
Sun Online claims one text message between a "master" and a "slave" described how members must offer "collateral" that could potentially destroy every part of their lives; Sun Online also reports that there are numerous photos of women's pubic areas branded with the initials KR and AM, possibly for Keith Raniere and Allison Mack. Sun Online states, "There is no suggestion that Clyne was complicit in any abusive activities towards other members."
The alleged cult's former publicist Frank Parlato said Clyne is thought to have her own “slave pod” of women she recruited; he added that she has been a member since 2007. Sun Online claims there are pictures and videos of Clyne offering presentations at Nxivm-related events.
Revelations of the secret sex cult were originally published in the New York Times. For the story of Mack's alleged involvement, see here.