Actress India Oxenberg looked back on her nightmare years during which she was recruited into a cult whose ex-star of Smalville, Allison Mack, is accused of being number 2.
The case broke in 2017. That year, Allison Mack the ex-interpreter of Chloé in the series Smallville, is suspected of being the number 2 of a sect called Nxivm (pronounced Nexium), which recruited young women to become the guru’s sex slaves, Keith Raniere. Both were arrested in 2018. Since then, Keith Raniere was convicted of sex trafficking and racketeering. Allison Mack, she admitted the acts of extortion with which she is accused and is still awaiting his sentence. She faces life imprisonment.
“I have been coerced and manipulated “
If one of the victims of the cult, “Nicole”, had already testified, India Oxenberg, the daughter of Catherine Oxenberg, a former actress of the soap opera Dynasty, in turn comes back to the nightmare she lived. While a documentary dedicated to his ordeal, Seduced : Inside The Nxivm Cult, will be broadcast from October 18 on Starzplay in the United States, she confided in People magazine. “One of the first orders Allison gave me was to seduce Keith, she says. At the time, I believed it was a place where I could fight against fear and vulnerability. I wanted to believe Allison.”
In this interview, India also confirmed that she suffered abusive punishments when she did not meet Allison Mack : cold showers, obligation to do boards and extreme calorie restriction. “I was coerced and manipulated and believed what I was doing was helping me when I was only serving Keith“, she says.
Allison would have doubted her involvement in the cult
More astonishing, India also said thatAllison Mack a “started to question his choices“, to be “vulnerableShortly before his arrest, in 2018, the ex-star of Smalville would have said to India: “I don’t know if I’m making the right decision. What if I wanted to have children or a husband?“As a reminder, this dark story will soon see an adaptation on the small screen.
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