NXIVM Sex Cult Leader Gets Glowing Endorsement From Allison Mack’s Wife, ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Actress Nicki Clyne

When people are sentenced after being convicted of a crime, the judge will generally hear from people who were harmed by the defendant as well as people speaking on their behalf. While anyone can write a letter to a judge, I feel like maybe brainwashed members of the cult the defendant was in charge of should at least be given less weight than other people in sentencing.

Nicki Clyne, who played Cally in Battlestar Galactica and is married to Smallville’s Allison Mack, wrote a letter to the judge in Keith Raniere’s sex cult trial asking for leniency because he’s such an upstanding guy.

Here’s what she wrote, from Page Six.

“I find this idea completely absurd and even offensive — as a woman and a partner of Keith’s for over a decade,” Clyne wrote in a letter of support for Raniere unsealed Tuesday in Brooklyn federal court.

“I have never known Keith to want intimacy with someone who doesn’t want it, and it’s a ridiculous notion to think he would have gone to all that trouble for sex.”

Well, yeah, I mean, we’ve all seen the pure animal magnetism of Keith Raniere, he could get any woman he wanted.

This guy is like the least charismatic cult leader of all time.

“My testimony would have countered much of what the prosecution’s witnesses alleged and dismantled the Government’s entire theory about DOS, reframing it from a sinister ‘sex cult,’ to a group of women who sought guidance from a trusted and intelligent man, and created a secret sorority for women that implemented some somewhat unconventional practices in the pursuit of growth and personal freedom,” she wrote.

She also rejected that members were motivated out of fear that their collateral would be released.

“Not only was collateral never intended to be used in this way, there are numerous examples of women going against or failing to do what they committed to, and no one’s collateral was ever released,” Clyne argued.

The fact that it was called “collateral” at all was an implied threat. If it was just called “pictures of the girl from Smallville you had a crush on spreading her vagina open for funsies” this would be a more convincing argument.

Clyne just really sounds like a person who is in a cult. And everyone knows it the second she opens her mouth, like that episode of King of the Hill where Luanne joins the sorority. It’s sad and it’s not her fault and hopefully she figures it out.

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