For regular readers of the Frank Report this info is not news.
Sources inside NXIVM told Artvoice that reputed sex cult leader Allison Mack ‘married’ former actresses/sex slave Nicki Clyne in order to allow Clyne to stay in the USA.
Clyne is a Canadian citizen and was having difficulties fulfilling visa obligations. Sources said India Oxenberg – daughter of Dynasty TV star Catherine Oxenberg – witnessed the nuptials.
Up until cult leader Keith Raniere’s flight from the USA – and leading to his arrest in Mexico last week – Mack, Clyne and Oxenberg lived together in Mack’s townhouse near Albany, NY. Raniere lived nearby in a home with two other women.
Mack, Clyne and Oxenberg are branded on their pubic region with the initials of Raniere, who is now in federal custody awaiting arraignment before a federal magistrate in Brooklyn on sex trafficking charges.
Mack – who is second in command – has her initials burned on the pubic regions of the NXIVM slave women, alongside Raniere.
“The reason for the fake marriage is that Clyne is Canadian and Mack a US citizen,” said a source close to both women.
According to another source:
Marriage is actually a common way for NXIVM foreign nationals to stay in Albany with Keith before he fled the USA. Women from Mexico, US, the U.K. and Canada played this game. Marry someone when your visitor or work visa runs out! And Nicki had a O-1 visa as a Canadian. That means she was bringing worth to the US entertainment economy. But Keith told her not to work in acting and she hasn’t done much film or TV work since Keith got his hands on her so she probably couldn’t reapply for the same visa when the original one wore out. But since gay marriage is legal now and she and Allison are both devout followers, it made sense. It’s a great solution.
Shortly after posting it, this comment appeared on Mack’s Instagram:
Congrats love to you and Nicki Clyne. I didn’t know you got married. I’m happy you found love amongst all the bad stuff:).
Another source told Artvoice she gave them a wedding present. Another source told Artvoice she provided flowers and other arrangements for the modest ceremony.
At the time of the wedding, Clyne was working for Raniere’s sub-group called Knife Media and paid $15 an hour ‘off the books’.
In order to pay Clyne, Clare Bronfman – a top NXIVM leader – laundered money from USA to Canada and back to the USA.
Bronfman, a Seagram’s heiress, donated more than $100 million to Raniere to support his cult and attack his enemies.
Clyne (born February 11, 1983) played Cally Henderson Tyrol on the Sci-Fi Channel television program Battlestar Galactica from 2003-2008. She joined NXIVM around 2006, having been recruited in Vancouver.
She would fly back and forth to Albany to take Intensives. She appeared in concert for Raniere in 2007 with actress Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack in Albany.
Clyne was encouraged to quit acting by Raniere, according to multiple sources. Although under contract in her recurring role in the series, in 2008, she asked the producers of Battlestar Galatica to let her out of her contract. They agreed and, in an episode, her character was killed off.
She became a slave of Raniere and Mack and had her pubic region branded with Raniere’s and Mack’s initials.
She sought a visa and moved to Albany to live closer to Raniere. She began work for Clare Bronfman for which she was paid $15 per hour. From a successful actress on a TV show, she became a low-wage worker and Raniere sex slave.
Sources say Clyne married Mack to remain in the United States and it was not a romantic relationship. Clyne was active in promoting sex trafficking and helped recruit women to be branded and blackmailed. Clyne took a lifetime vow to obey Raniere.
Clyne was not alone in giving up a TV role for Raniere. Mack gave up her role in the TV show Smallville to follow Raniere in 2010.
Mack is expected to be arrested on sex trafficking charges and has been identified as a co-conspirator by the US DOJ. Clyne’s role was very significant in the alleged sex trafficking cult. She is almost certainly going to be charged by the feds.