Yet another TV star has been reportedly identified as a member of what people are calling an abusive sex cult.
DOS, which stands for “dominus obsequious sororium” — Latin for “master of slave women,” — is supposedly the secret inner circle of self-help group NXIVM.
According to reports from members who have escaped, the organization gets women to become slaves who must get branded with a symbol which combines the initials K.R. and A.M. — presumably for cofounder Keith Raniere and — as we heard shockingly last month — actress Allison Mack from Smallville.
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Now Nicki Clyne, who played Cally on Battlestar Galactica, has been identified by The Sun as another high profile member of the “sorority,” which also requires women to submit nude or pornographic photos of themselves for “collateral” in case they try to leave.
The actresses, with their big fan followings and unthreatening demeanors, are allegedly used as recruiters for NXIVM, which after a few years, invites women in to DOS.
Here are Allison and Nicki together on Instagram, seeming totally normal:
[Image via Sarah Edmondson/ABC News/Instagram.]