In a bizarre turn of events, Smallville star Allison Mack has been revealed to have promised an aspiring actress and NXIVM sex slave that she could be the next to play Wonder Woman.
An actress only known as Nicole testified on Wednesday in Federal Court against Allison Mack. She told the Court that she became Allison Mack’s personal NVIXM sex slave, leading her to believe that it was an all-women group and that she could eventually portray Wonder Woman if part of the cult. She was also forced to perform sexual acts with other women. Allison Mack later chastised Nicole and ordered her to withdraw from having sex with her boyfriend. According to Nicole, Allison Mack even forced her to lie to her family in order to turn over collateral for NXIVM.
One of the most bizarre cases in recent US legal history, the NXIVM members and Allison Mack are accused of allegedly forming and leading a sex cult ring. Allison Mack has already pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering conspiracy and one count of racketeering (including extortion and forced labor) for her alleged time with NXIVM.
Allison Mack also pleaded guilty to charges that she manipulated women into becoming sex slaves for NXIVM spiritual leader Keith Raniere. Her sentencing is set for September 11th.
Allison Mack is best known for her portrayal as Chloe Sullivan, one of young Clark Kent’s closest friends, in The CW’s Smallville some years ago.
Source: Page Six
DC’s Top 50 Live Action Television Villains
Hey there, comic TV fans. This is Josh Behr with another Weekly Wednesday DC TV editorial for Heroic Hollywood, and this week I have another massive ranking for you all to check out – the top 50 DC TV live action villains. This could mean the Arrowverse, Smallville, Gotham, or anything else from DC in-between. Notes: No animated villains were included in this list – live action only! Also, no villains were included from the most current seasons of the shows.
If there is one thing DC tends to do right, it’s their villains. The Flash handles their rogues masterfully, and Arrow has always has a knack for creating grounded and realistic takes on classic DC characters. Gotham‘s universe is filled with villains, and even Supergirl and Smallville have some quality bad guys to contribute. DC doesn’t skimp on their villains, so there were plenty to choose from.
When you’re done, make sure to follow me on Twitter to let me know what you think and if you agree or disagree with this ranking. Also, if you have any ideas for lists or editorials feel free to tweet them to me and I might use your idea for a future editorial. I’m always open to new ideas! Anyway…
Sit back, relax, and click ‘next’ to check out the top 50 DC TV live action villains.