Allison Mack says branding NXIVM sex slaves was her idea

Branding the flesh of female ‘sex slaves’ was her own idea, says former “Smallville” actress Allison Mack — now an accused leader of the upstate New York cult Nxivm.

Speaking with a reporter for The New York Times Magazine, Mack scoffed at the idea of merely tattooing the women: Tattoos are for wimps, Mack implied in the interview, which she gave six months before her arrest on federal human-trafficking charges.

“I was like: ‘Y’all, a tattoo?’” Mack told reporter Vanessa Grigoriadis, speaking from her apartment in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, for a Nxivm profile running Sunday.

“People get drunk and tattooed on their ankle ‘BFF,’ or a tramp stamp,” said Mack, who played Clark Kent’s buddy on the long-running WB series. “I have two tattoos, and they mean nothing.”

Apparently, branding them by searing their flesh with a cauterizing pen instead, leaving them permanently scarred with the initials of both Mack and accused cult boss Keith Raniere, would be far more meaningful — even if the branded women themselves didn’t know the meaning.

Allison Mack says branding NXIVM sex slaves was her idea
Initials KR and AM burned into young women

 

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