Allison Mack is thought to have contacted Emma Watson and Kelly Clarkson in a bid to get them involved with the alleged sex cult Nxivm (pronounced “Nexium”).
Mack, 35, who was arrested Friday morning in connection with the group, messaged Watson, 28, on numerous occasions, despite not telling her too much about the “amazing women’s movement” she was talking about.
Without naming names, the “Smallville” star, who has pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking charges, posted back in January 2016:
She added a month later:
She then shared in March:
Watson wasn’t the only celebrity Mack attempted to contact, with her also reaching out to Kelly Clarkson in July 2013.
The actress wrote:
The latest news comes after Mack was seen chasing after a police vehicle containing the alleged sex cult’s leader Keith Raniere.
Raniere was arrested in Mexico at the end of March for sex trafficking and forced labour and was extradited to the U.S. to face trial. Mack is widely known as one of Raniere’s top confidantes.
Authorities have long alleged Raniere led the secretive clan of female followers — including some Hollywood celebrities — and brainwashed them into “sex slaves.” He then allegedly branded them with his initials in their pelvic regions and coerced them into having sex with him.