Звезда сериала «Тайны Смолвиля» Кристин Кройк ответила на обвинения в вербовке женщин на секс-рабство

Recently there was news that the stars of the TV series “Smallville” Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack were members of the organization NXIVM, which has recruited women for sexual slavery. Such serious accusations forced one of the Actresses to immediately comment on the situation. The first was a 35-year-old Kreuk, who called the accusations a “blatant lie”.

In his Twitter, the star spoke about her involvement in the organization and its activities. “When I was 23, I went to the “Nexium” and began to study the program for management success. This course helped me to deal with shyness and contributed to my personal growth, so I continued learning. I left the organization about five years ago and very little contact with those who were there.”

“The charges that I supposedly participated in the recruitment of women into sex slaves, be a blatant lie. I’ve never been involved in unlawful or nefarious activities. I want to thank all the women who shared their stories and helped expose the organization. I was very upset and confused about what was connected with the “Nexium”. I hope that as a result of the investigation, justice will prevail,” wrote the celebrity.

This week in Mexico was arrested Keith Renir, founder of NXIVM. The organization has positioned itself as helping people, although girls join the organization, were forced into sexual slavery. It turned out that among the participants were the stars of the TV series “Smallville”. In 2005, “Nexium” became a star of the TV series “Smallville” (Smallville) Kristin Kreuk, and two years later it was joined by a colleague on the set of Allison Mack. “Allison and Kristen were used as bait for other women, because they were famous,” said Frank Parlato, a former representative of the organization.

In 2012, after it became known that Reira was sex with a minor, Kreuk left the organization. The IEC did not just remained, but even was the author of a crazy idea — the actress suggested to brand all women in the organization and to burn on their skin the initials of her and Renira. “She started out as a slave and became a slave owner. It was nicknamed “the pimp, the Mack,” he concluded.