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‘Smallville’ actress allegedly wanted ‘Harry Potter’ star Emma Watson in sex cult: Report

Allison Mack, the former “Smallville” actress recently arrested for her alleged active participation in a notorious sex cult, is being accused of trying to lure in a high-profile actress take part in the cult.

Page Six reports that Mack sent numerous tweets via Twitter to “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson in 2016. Two of the tweets sent indicate that Mack wanted the actress to learn more about a women’s movement she was involved in.

Although Mack never specifically gave the name of the movement, she was recently arrested for her involvement in NXIVM, an alleged secret sex cult organization that treated woman as slaves and abided by a social hierarchy.

Authorities arrested Mack last Friday and charged her with sex trafficking, conspiracy to commit sex trafficking, and conspiracy to commit forced labor.

“As alleged in the indictment, Allison Mack recruited women to join what was purported to be a female mentorship group that was, in fact, created and led by Keith Raniere,” U.S. Attorney Richard P. Donoghue said. “The victims were then exploited, both sexually and for their labor, to the defendants’ benefit.”

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Mack pleaded not guilty to the charges. She’s expected to appear for a bail hearing on Tuesday.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, NXIVM isn’t a secret in itself. The organization is public and promotes itself as a coaching program for women while utilizing “Executive Success Programs” to train members. Since the 1990s, the group has recruited more than 16,000 people to participate in its programs.

The New York Times reports that some of the members were magnetically drawn to founder, Keith Raniere, also known as the “Vanguard,” and would give up their careers, friends, and even family to follow him.

The alleged sub-group, DOS, however, is a secret society within NXIVM, according to Daily Mail.

A former spokesman for the group, Frank Parlato, claims Mack was not only the second in command of DOS, but also responsible for recruiting new women into the organization. Parlato indicated that DOS operates on a hierarchy system, with Rainer at the top and Mack serving as his subordinate.

Mack allegedly had her own “slaves” below her, who are required to recruit their own slaves, similar to a Pyramid Scheme.

The story continues to develop. Check back with CrimeOnline as additional details become available.

[Feature Photo: Allison Mack/Star Max via AP Images]