Your generosity blew us away. And thank you Michael for getting me to join you guys," Kreuk wrote alongside the same video. Welling, 42, and Rosenbaum, 46, are good friends and have gotten together a few times in recent years, but this was the first time in a while that either of them have been spotted with Kreuk, 36, who played both of their characters' love interests. Thanks Dallas. He is currently working on the series The Professionals. He also appeared in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
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Former Smallville actress Kristin Kreuk has broken her silence on her involvement in the sex cult that co-star Allison Mack rose to the top of. Following Raniere's arrest in the Mexican resort village of Puerto Vallarta, reports emerged that Kreuk had allegedly lured women into the organization. Raniere, 57, ran NXIVM as a self-help organization for years but later created a secret society within it called DOS, which former members have described as a 'sex cult'. The accusations that I was in the 'inner circle' or recruiting women as 'sex slaves' are blatantly false,' she said. I hope that the investigation leads to justice for all of those affected. Mack was among those filmed chased down Mexican police officers after they arrested Raniere over the weekend - four months after he crossed the border following the launch of a federal probe into his cult. The women can then be heard saying that they are going to get into a car and follow the officers. South of the border: Mack posted a photo of herself at a coffee shop in Mexico earlier this month.
Raniere had initially pled not guilty to all charges. Mack pictured above pled guilty in April to two counts of racketeering conspiracy and racketeering, according to the Department of Justice. Mack had been accused of recruiting young women into the group and manipulated them into branding their bodies and becoming sex slaves for Raniere.
Her arrest followed that of Keith Raniere, co-founder of the group, who was apprehended in Mexico in March, and turned over to U. As is often the case when it comes to similar groups whose members are enthralled by a charismatic leader, beaten down into submission or outright threatened, or ones who are especially litigious , reporting on them—never mind seeing them brought to justice—can be especially arduous. Nearly finished, the podcast was canceled in early April, in large part, he told me, because of fears over potential litigation.