The reports allege that actresses Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack joined a secretive New York-based multi-level marketing cult - dubbed a "sex cult" - known as NXIVM (pronounced Nexium), led by a man named Keith Raniere, who allegedly tasked the two women with finding female sex slaves.
These new details add to accusations from a New York Times piece last October in which former cult members described their experiences inside the group, including a ceremony that involved branding a symbol which included Raniere's initials into the skin on their hip.
The 35-year-old actress took to Twitter on Thursday to deny claims she was part of NXIVM's "inner circle". A whistleblower from the group, Frank Parlato, believes that Mack will be arrested in connection with the group.
One thing is for certain, Keith Raniere is NXIVM's leader and the main creator behind the group's beliefs.
Kreuk got out in 2012, but Mack remained, even chasing after the police vehicle following Raniere's arrest.
Kreuk was the first to join NXIVM around 2005/2006 and she brought Mack into the cult shortly afterward. Sarah Edmondson, a Canadian actress who has spoken openly about her experience trying to leave the cult, supported Kreuk's statement. During my time, I never experienced any illegal or nefarious activity.
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Mack allegedly started off in the group as a sex slave but moved upwards to become a master of them.
Keith Raniere allegedly ran a sex cult and sex trafficking organization.
The New York Post said that Kreuk had been apart of NXIVM's "Dominus Obsequious Sororium", which means "Master Over the Slave Woman".
"Thank you to all the courageous women who have come forward to share their stories and expose DOS; I can't imagine how hard this has been for you". This has many implications, as "CC-1" has supposedly forced her slaves to pose nude in photos, and is a "direct slave" of Rainier.
Authorities also say Raniere has been bankrolled by Clare Bronfman, an heiress to the Seagram's liquor fortune.
Mack has not updated any of her social media profiles since the arrest.
Raniere left the United States late previous year after The New York Times reported the stories of some women who defected from their secret sorority and the government began interviewing potential witnesses.