Allison Mack has seemingly emerged in an old recruitment-style video for her alleged ‘sex cult’ that was unearthed a day after she posted $5million bail for her involved in the organisation. Mack is reported to have been involved with supplying slaves to 57-year-old Keith Raniere, the leader of an American self-help ‘sex cult’ organisation called NXIVM. Apparently addressing questions directed at her involvement in the ‘women’s empowerment group’ Jness – which is now alleged to be linked to DOS, or NXIVM – she spoke about what she’s like to be remembered for and what she loves most about the group, while also praising Lena Dunham, in the 2013 clip.
In the YouTube video titled Allison Mack Q & A — You Asked, I Answered, posted on 6 October, 2013, the now-35-year-old is apparently seen sitting in an overgrown backyard as she appears to answer questions put on screen to jazz music.
She said: ‘I want to be remembered for my joy. I want to be remembered for my spirit. I want to be remembered for my compassion and my passion.
‘I want to be remembered for the things that are important to me. I want to be remembered for the way I impacted people. I want to be remembered as a woman who was honest and true and joyful. Committed. And loving.’
Speaking about her role within the group that is now alleged to be linked to DOS – which she’s now been charged for her involvement with – she said it was the ‘most gratifying thing’ she’s ever done.
She seemingly added: ‘It’s the most challenging because it consists of working with a group of people who are interdependent. No one is ever punished or told that they’re wrong or they’re bad.