Mack returned to Wilfred for one episode of the fourth and final season.
These days, Allison Mack is still submitting to Keith Raniere's will.She reportedly eats only 500 to 800 calories per day, which is absolutely not enough food. All of this is to keep herself incredibly thin, per DOS' requirements. Women within DOS who fail to obey Allison Mack's orders are reportedly paddled as punishment, reinforcing Keith Raniere's will. Why, she's allegedly in charge of selecting women to be Keith's sex partners."Yes Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack were members of Nxivm.Kristin recruited Allison." Dones herself was a member. The thing is that while we sort of understand how Allison Mack slid up the ranks to allegedly become the second- or third-in-command of DOS, we've never really had a clear picture of how she got started in it. by , DOS is a cult that operates within NXIVM NXIVM is a "self-help" organization that features programs that allegedly promote female empowerment ... At some point, certain women start going on starvation diets (seriously -- no reputable doctor would recommend this) and taking only cold showers ...
Based upon descriptions and reports, one might think of NXIVM like what would happen if the Church of Scientology had a baby with a more run-of-the-mill pyramid scheme.
Before you worry, it doesn't sound like Kristin Kreuk has anybody's initials branded near her genitals. She got out before it became really bizarre and wasn’t involved with anything sexual." Dones speaks about when and why she left: "I joined in 2000 and left in 2009 when I found out that Keith Raniere was manipulating women into having sex with him. He would send one of the women working for him, a woman named Pat, on his behalf." It sounds like a precursor to Allison Mack's current job.
"Pat would say to the chosen woman, ‘Keith wants to spend some one on one time with you.’" And when you're in a cult, you want to spend time with the leader.
On March 21, 2015, she tweeted that she would be appearing in American Odyssey as Julia, who befriends Suzanne, the daughter of Anna Friel's lead character Sgt. In a 2003 article from Forbes, advocates of NXIVM portrayed it as an organization focused on inspirational executive coaching, "like a practical M. A.", while detractors accused the founder Keith Raniere of running "a cult-like program aimed at breaking down his subjects psychologically".
According to prosecutors, after she recruited women to join the organization, she used tactics such as blackmail to force them into engaging in sexual activity with Raniere against their wishes and enslaved them to do menial tasks, for which Raniere allegedly paid Mack.
and submitting incriminating photos that could later be used against them as blackmail.