Allison Mack Tried to Get Emma Watson to Join Her Sex Cult

Allison Mack was arrested last week for her role in Keith Rainere’s sex cult DOS, which for some reason shares a name with an archaic Microsoft operating system. I’ve told you about this before, but the long and short of it is that Rainere’s weird pyramid scheme management training is a front for a weird sex cult that preys on women who post basic-ass inspirational quotes to social media.

Man, quoting yourself in one of those lame inspirational memes is like an undiscovered level of basic that basic bitchologists will be studying for years.

Some interepid Twitter users dug through some of Mack’s old tweets until they got to where she tried to recruit Emma Watson to the sex cult.

Luckily for Watson all that sisterhood stuff only applies to A-listers, so she never replied.

Some of the contempoprary replies have aged hilariously poorly, though. Let’s take a look.

I love it. How bad would you feel if you had tweeted Emma Watson telling her how awesome this would be for feminism and she ended up joining a sex cult?

Watson wasn’t the only celebrity Mack reached out to on Twitter; she also asked Kelly Clarkson to chat in 2013.

From what I can tell, Mack joined Rainere’s cult in 2006. So this chat would have gone like “How would you like to get this weird symbol that has my initials hidden in it branded on you next to your vagina and then be the sex slave of this L. Ron Hubbard wannabe?”

I have to be honest with you, though, even after everything that’s come out about Mack, I still like her better than Felicity Smoak.

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