Alison Mack’s wife, Nikki Klein, defends Nxivm ‘sex cult’


“Battlestar Galatica” actress and Nxivm devotee Nikki Clyne – wife of former “Smallville” star Alison Mack – defended the upscale cult on Tuesday, saying she would not trade her experiences in it “anything.”

“It is very unfortunate that the term ‘Nxivm’ has been applied and is now synonymous with the term ‘sexual cult’, which I don’t know how to define it,” Clyne told CBS, “This morning “Along with four other Nxivm members.

Five supporters recently filed a bizarre plea for Brooklyn federal prosecutors seeking to answer questions about alleged prosecution misconduct against Nxivm co-founder and convicted sex trafficker Keith Raniere.

Raniere was convicted in a case of accusations for starting a master-slave group called DOS inside Nxivm in 2019, which the prosecution said involved women flirting with her, going on a strict diet and her initial branded skin. Was forced to. He is currently behind bars at the Brooklyn detention center. The sentence of October 27 is awaited.

Klein, who reportedly quit his job on the set of “Battlester”, agreed to follow Raniere, being part of the DOS, but defended the group.

“We are not denying that some things happened,” Clyne, who was never charged with a crime, told CBS.

“There is evidence that some things have happened. How they happened, why they happened and why some people chose them – that’s a whole conversation.”

The Canadian starlet – who can be seen in the footage of the alleged self-help group in HBO documentaries “The Vow” – interviewed Seagram’s alcohol heir Claire Bronfman the day before, who bankrolled Nxivm, for her role. To be sentenced for in groups.

Mack, a Ranier’s right-hand woman allegedly in DOS who pleaded guilty to extortion and extortion labor, including molestation and conspiracy charges – admits she instructed women in the group to “provide services for me” Was and this system was “designed to be built”. They feel that if they did not do those actions, they could have caused serious harm, as they would have handed over the harmful collateral like naked photographs.

Federal prosecutors claimed in 2018 that Mack and Cline were acted upon by “Keith Raniere”, but the two did not speak for a year and a half as Demery Gora was awaiting sentencing.

“Part of the terms of her bail is that she cannot talk to anyone who is affiliated with the case or Nxivm in any way,” Clyne said. “It was the hardest experience of my life.”

Despite serious allegations against Nxivm, Clyne said she would not hesitate to remain part of the group.

“I didn’t trade my experiences for anything,” she said.

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