Allison Mack’s Wife says NXIVM Sex Cult Was Just Girls Having a Fun Time

You know, we’ve heard a lot about NXIVM since news broke that Smallville super-hottie Allison Mack was arrested for being involved in a sex cult at the highest levels of the organization, but I always forget it was a multi-level marketing scheme as well. I might have let my friend sign me up for Amway twenty years ago if there was a chance Chloe Sullivan would sit on my face if I sold enough shitty soap or whatever.

Mack, Clare Bronfman and NXIVM leader Keith Raniere have all either pleaded out or have been convicted and all three are awaiting sentencing. But Mack’s wife Nicki Clyne, who Mack hasn’t been able to speak to for over a year to as a condition of her bail (though rumor has it the marriage is a fake green card wedding anyway), said that the sex cult and the slavery and human trafficking weren’t a big deal and she wished people would look at all the good things NXIVM did.

Via Page Six:

“It’s very unfortunate the way that the word ‘Nxivm’ has been applied and is now synonymous with the term ‘sexual cult,’ which I don’t even know how to define what that is,” Clyne told CBS’ “This Morning”alongside four other Nxivm members.

See, the thing is, all those women wanted to be Keith Raniere’s sex slaves.

Clyne, who allegedly quit her job on the set of “Battlestar” to follow Raniere, admitted to being a part of DOS, but defended the group.

“We’re not denying that certain things took place,” Clyne, who’s never been charged with a crime, told CBS.

“There’s evidence that certain things happened. How they happened, why they happened and why certain people chose them — that’s a whole other conversation.”

And who can blame them? Look at the raw, animal magnetism on display here.

How did that dude become a cult leader? It’s like someone crossed Woody Allen with an NPR reporter and Chloe Sullivan is giving him f**k-me eyes anyway.

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