She gave up fame and fortune to follow her Vanguard and help sex traffic Nicole for him.

Allison Mack’s Pubic Hair Clues Nicole Into Raniere’s Intent to Traffic Her -‘ I like It Unshaved,’ Pervy Sex Cult Leader Says

This is Part 3 of Allison Mack’s role in the sex trafficking of Nicole. As readers know, Nicole was the only slave in the gruesome Nxivm cult to have been proven to have been sex trafficked.

Nicole was Allison’s slave in Nxivm’s subgroup DOS.

Part 1 Allison Mack’s True Role in the Sex Trafficking of Nicole describes how Allison ordered Nicole to make contact via email with Keith Raniere, the leader of Nxivm. Allison did not let Nicole know that Raniere was also the secret leader of DOS.

When Nicole successfully made contact with Raniere, he offers her advice by email – chief of which is that somehow freedom comes from not doing what you want to do.

Part 2 Allison Mack Begins to Set up Nicole for ‘Sex Trafficking’ Via a First Walk With Raniere  tells how Nicole meets Raniere and goes for a  walk with him. She is a little concerned when he calls it “a date” – for she has no attraction to the much older man. She is 31, he is 56 at the time [April 2016].

One of the things Nicole clears up in her testimony is why she, a 31-year-old actress, an intelligent and attractive adult woman, is agreeing to be a slave and taking orders from Mack.  The reason is is that she, Allison has her “collateral” which is, in essence, blackmail material – to ensure Nicole’s obedience.

This naturally prompts the question – why was she so stupid as to do that?

One can argue it was stupid – but it was done under false pretenses too. Nicole was not told that Raniere was the leader of the DOS group and would view the collateral that included naked pictures and false confessions.

Nicole, an aspiring actress, thought that Allison would help her with her career and all she needed was a little discipline and training – as Allison promised  – with a badass women’s empowerment group – women helping women.

Nicole – perhaps in part motivated by ambition and in part because she was going through an unhappy period in her life – bought into the rather extreme concept that in order to join this secret sorority, you had to give something damaging about yourself – to another woman – to ensure you kept the sorority secret. And that you had to do what you were ordered to do – for your own good.

Nicole joined not knowing that Raniere was the secret leader of a woman’s empowerment group.  And once she was in – she testified – she was terribly afraid that the collateral would be released if she did not do as she was told.

***

Assistant US Attorney Moira Kim Penza is examining Nicole. It is June 7, 2019 – almost in the middle of the trial against Keith Alan Raniere. She is testifying to events that occurred more than three years earlier, when she just became acquainted with Raniere – just after she took a strange first walk with him.

Penza:

Q   After that, did you end up going on additional walks with the defendant?

Nicole:

A   Yes.

Q   How would those …. first walks … [get] arranged?

A   Through Allison.

Q   And can you explain that?

A   So, a lot of these times these walks would be at like three or four in the morning, and so I would be asleep and he would either call or text Allison and she would tell me to go outside.

Q   … you’d be sleeping in her bed?

A   Yes.

Q   …  did you note that there was a particular alert for the defendant on her phone?

A   Yeah….  there was a particular sound that she had [on] her phone…  for when Keith texted her. So I, like, knew when that was coming.

Q   At some point did you end up having a physical response when you would hear that?

A   Yeah, …. I was so in fight or flight. So immediately when that sound would go off, I’d go into fight or flight.

Q   What time of day would these walks …. happen?

A   … two, three, four, five in the morning….

Q   On one of these early walks, did the Defendant talk to you about Allison?

A   Yes. He said that I had gotten the first walk with him because of Allison, because she spoke really highly of me and because … he thought very highly of her.

***

Q   So, at that point, was the Defendant acknowledging to you that he was part of DOS?

A   No.

Q   Did you know he was part of DOS at that point?

A   No.

Q   At some point in these early walks, did you start to feel like he was talking about DOS?

A   Yes. And it drove me nuts because he’d be talking to me about ‘commitment’ and these things, and I’m like [thinking to myself] “you’re talking about what I’m struggling with, yet you’re not supposed to know what I’m struggling with. I’m not allowed to talk to you about what I’m struggling, and, yet, you’re, like, telling me about commitment and trusting people and all these things.” And it was, like, so confusing in my head because I’m like “do you know or isn’t this just a coincidence or, like, what is going on?”

But it just seemed too weird for him not to know, yet I had no reason to believe that he was part of this women’s organization. I had, like, other women … trying to guess who was Allison’s mentor.

Q   Did you actually make guesses as to who you thought was her —

A   I did, yes.

Q   Who did you guess?

A   I thought it was Esther [Chiappone – a high rank member of NXIVM community and one of the leaders of Jness.]

***

Q   Now, did the Defendant [Raniere] ever talk to you about trusting Allison?

A   Yes.

Q   Can you tell us a little bit about that?

A   Well, he would talk to me about trusting Allison, but trust in general and how you had to trust and how,  … you [get] closer to enlightenment or this idea of freedom if you trusted in someone completely and utterly.

And I was like, “Well, I don’t know because how does that really make sense?” Like, how can someone else know what’s best for you, right? They can, like, tell you things that maybe you could improve on, but how could anyone really know what’s best for you?

And, also, Allison’s only four years older than me, so it’s not like it’s this wise woman that’s, like, telling me the ways of the world, you know? It’s someone who’s four years older than me.  So, I was like, “I don’t feel like she can know what’s best for me better than me.”

And he was like, “Well, the fact that she’s imperfect…  is even more important in helping you towards freedom because if you can trust fully in a person who is flawed, then … you can find real freedom.” And I was sort of like, “I’m not sure that makes sense to me but, okay.”

“If you can trust fully in a person who is flawed, then … you can find real freedom.” – Keith Raniere

***

Q  During these early walks with the Defendant, did he ever ask you any personal questions?

A   Yeah. ….  he would ask me some questions and I was supposed to go back, go to work [in NYC], think about them, and then come back to Albany and have answers.  So, they were, like, “What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?” “What are you afraid of?” Just, like, super personal questions.

***

Q   Did he also ask you about what would be the hardest thing to tell him?

A   Yeah, like, what would be the hardest thing to tell him, what I was the most afraid of. Yeah. Questions like that.

Q   During these early walks, did you ever discuss the conversations you had had with the Defendant with Allison?

A   Yes.

Q   Did you ever talk to her about whether the Defendant was in DOS?

A   ….  I might have asked her because, again, like, it just seems too odd that everything he was telling me seemed to be about DOS. So, I would just tell her that, like, it seems like he knows what we’re talking about.

Q   And what would she say?

A   …  she … told me [DOS] …  didn’t have anything to do with NXIVM. Like, “no,” she would just say “no.”

Q   At some point, did Allison give you another assignment?

A   Yes. ….   One morning before a walk, she told me to go outside and tell Keith that I would do anything that he asked me to do.

Q   …. were you already on your way to having a walk [with Raniere]?

A   Yeah, ….  that morning, right before the walk, [Allison said] “I have … another assignment for you. When you go out there, you’re going to tell Keith that you’ll do whatever he wants you to do.”

Q   At that point, what choice did you feel you had in completing that assignment?

A   No choice. It was an assignment.

Q   Did Allison say anything else to you before you started the walk?

A   She said, “Now go be a good slave.”

Q   So, what did you do?

A   I went outside, and he was waiting outside, like, out the backdoor of Allison’s house. And we started walking, and I was, like, too nervous to say it. So, we walked a little ways and then I just, like, kind of blurted it out like, “I’ll do whatever you want me to do.”

Q   How did you feel saying that?

A   Not good…. I was just saying it because I had to. I didn’t want to say it.

Q   … what did the Defendant say after you said that?

A   I think he said, “I don’t think you mean that.”

Q   Then what happened?

A   I said, “I don’t. Yeah.”

Q   And then what?

A   I don’t remember whether it was right away or at the end of the walk, but he said that he would have me come back out and say it when I really meant it.

Q   At some point during that walk, did he ask you another question?

A   Yes.

Q   What did he ask you?

A   He asked me what the worst thing … he could ask me to do.

Q   How did you feel when he asked you that?

A   Really scared.

Q  Did you start thinking about things?

A   Yes. I think in the situation that you’re in, when you feel like you have no choice, when someone says, “What’s the worst thing that you can do,” it’s incredibly scary. And I remember, like, looking up at the roof of a house that we were walking past and thinking, like, “Oh, my God, like, he could ask me to jump off that roof.” And then in my head, just being, like, he could ask — my head started going over, like, all sorts of things, like, worst case scenario.

So I told him, I said, “You know, I thought that it would be … something sexual that would be the worst thing that you could ask me to do, but that’s actually not true. The worst thing that you could ask me to do would be to ask me to hurt someone in my family or hurt myself or hurt someone else.”

Q  And did you explain that?

A   Yeah. Like, if he asked me to, like, again, jump off a bridge and commit suicide, like — I mean, I know it sounds completely crazy, but, like, you know, or to hurt someone. Like, when your brain is thinking like that, like worst case scenario, you’re like what if someone asked you to kill someone? What if someone asked you — so I was, like, what if he asked me to never speak to my family again? I was slightly freaking out.

Q   How did the Defendant respond when you said that to him?

A   He said, “Do you really think that I would ask you to do those things?” And then I sort of like calmed down a little bit….

***

Q   Looking back, do you have a view on how that exchange with the Defendant affected you?

A   Yeah. I mean, at the time I was feeling like there are just these vibes that I was getting, like something, like, something sexual is going on, like, in this community or situation, and I didn’t feel good about it. But, like, in that walk and him asking me that question, it all of a sudden makes something sexual not that bad because by comparison, it’s not. Like, something sexual happening would only hurt me, no one else gets hurt, so, in the circumstances, it’s not that bad.

And I can just kind of see, like, the thought process of where that was what I was most afraid of, and all of a sudden by the end of that walk that [something sexual] wasn’t what I was most afraid of.

Q   … at some point in the walk or at the end of the walk [what did] the Defendant [say]… ?

***

A  …. we talked about, like, bravery and commitment…. Because I remember just, like, that was on my mind, that I needed to be brave and I needed to be committed…

Q So, after that walk, did you go back to Allison’s house?

A  Yes.

Q   And did you tell her about what had happened?

A  Yes.

Q  And what did she say?

A  “Okay. So, you’ll go back out tomorrow.”

Q  And did you end up doing that?

A   Yes.

Q   So, did that walk get arranged the same way as the others?

A  Yes.

Q  So, were you in Allison’s bed?

A  Yes.

Q  And what happened?

A  I was sleeping in Allison’s bed. I believe it was a call that morning. He called Allison and Allison told me to go outside.

Q    …  would you exit the backdoor of Allison’s house?

A   Yeah, I would always go out the backdoor and across the grass, and there was, like, a grove road out there.

Q   And, so, did you do that?

A   Yes.

Q   And what happened? How were you feeling?

A   Scared, very scared.

Q   And, so, then what happened next?

A   He said “hi,” and we started walking, and I was like okay, you can do this, you can do this, and I said, “I will do anything you ask me to do.”

Q   And what did he say?

A  “ Do you mean it?” And I said, “Yes.”

Q   And then what happened?

A   He took my hand and took me across the street, like, directly across from Allison’s house into another house….. directly across from, like, Allison’s backdoor…

***

Q   So, did the Defendant touch you at that point?

A   Yeah. He took my hand and took me into the house.

Q   What was that house like?

A   There wasn’t much in it. There was, like, a table, two chairs, and a plant.

Q   And what happened?

A   He asked me to trust him. Like, no matter what was about to happen to trust him. And, like, would I? Would I trust him no matter what was about to happen? And I said “yes”. I mean, I already said I would do anything he asked, so I said, “Yes.”

Q  And what did he ask you to do?

A   Then he asked me to take off my clothes. And I did.

Q   Were you fully naked?

A   Yes.

Q   And then what did the Defendant do?

A   Like, he was sitting down and I was standing up, and he was just, like, commenting on my body, like, my belly button piercing. I don’t have it pierced anymore, but, like, what did I take it out. Like that.

Q   I’m sorry to ask such a personal question, did he make any comments about your pubic hair?

A   Yes.

Q   Can you explain?

A   He said that he was surprised because, like, I hadn’t just shaved or waxed.

Q   And he said he was surprised?

A   He was surprised because it didn’t seem like my nature….   and I responded, like, “Yeah, I’ve been celibate for three months. Sorry, it’s not the first thing on my mind.”…  He said that that was okay, that’s what he liked [unshaved pubic hair].

Q   At that point in time, did you have any thoughts?

A   Yeah. It was, like, all these little things started clicking in my head because I was staying with Allison, so I obviously had seen her getting in and out of the shower. And I don’t know, something about that comment, the way he said it, like, “No, it’s okay, that’s what I like,” that clicked in my head, and I was, like, “oh, he has a sexual relationship with Allison,” like, I was right about that.  And then it was just like, “oh, yeah, like, I know that’s what’s about to happen.” At the time, that’s what I thought.

Q   Just to connect up the dots, when you had seen Allison naked, had you seen her pubic hair?

A   Yes.

Q   And it was ungroomed?

A   Yes.

 

[Stay tuned for Part 4 – where we learn what happens to Nicole – right after Raniere told her to get naked and commented that he liked her pubic hair un-groomed.]

 

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  • “Nicole, an aspiring actress, thought that Allison would help her with her career”
    Which she did…Nicole recognize this…

    “Nicole joined not knowing that Raniere was the secret leader of a woman’s empowerment group”
    It’s an hidden excuse…She (and other would have join anyway)…When Raniere started to ask about her to do this or that, she didn’t leave…

    “So, a lot of these times these walks would be at like three or four in the morning, and so I would be asleep and he would either call or text Allison and she would tell me to go outside.”
    But Why? Allison is the master of the masters …or she is just following order under coercion…In this case, she is just another victim (and it’s the case)

    ” Yes. He said that I had gotten the first walk with him because of Allison, because she spoke really highly of me and because … he thought very highly of her.”
    And we know it’s not true…especially the second part

    ” She said, “Now go be a good slave.””
    This is say BS…Especially since we know the assignment were decided and given by Raniere…
    But since it was Penza and that she was trying to charge more Allison than Raniere…not a surprise.

    I find it even less believable that later she’ll preter not to remember about what argument she (Allison) told to convince her for another of Raniere’s demand…I think she would more likely remember that detail than what she said.

    And it still doesn’t change that Allison isn’t (at any point) in position to make decision and she was aware (she said she noticed the sound of the notification on the phone).

    Actually, no matter what will be said here , it’s entirely unimportant for Allison’s position as Nicole accepted crazy stuff because of the coercion.
    If anything, everything said up until now show that Allison is completly a victim too.

    You’ll noticed how (despite Allison not being trialed) Penza bring Allison systematically (and often for useless points…) but ignore the coercive part against Allison (systematically).

    “I was sleeping in Allison’s bed. I believe it was a call that morning. He called Allison and Allison told me to go outside.”
    But she said it’s Allison who arranged the meetings…see what i meant previously? she try to pretend Allison is behind but she was asked to ask the assignement (and while under coercion)

    When Nicole accept to do crazy things for Raniere it’s “oh but she was coerced…poor girl” but Allison that was coerced and starved, no excuses…double standard at it’s best!

    Nicole has no excuses in knowing that Allison is coerced…Allison admitted that she gave collaterals too.

    BTW, the last part demonstrate highly that if Nicole was groomed, so was Allison…

    No matter how much you will repeat what was said in trial doesn’t change the FACT that Allison never made the decision, was collateralized and starved …She was forced to do the same things as each of her slaves.
    How does that make her a real “master”?
    It doesn’t.
    She was in the same position, under the same power, following order like them and because of the same reason (more reason than some of the other victims…because once again starvation is a major point! in a court, this argument would actually heavily impact the judge/jury decision.
    Starvation impact the decision making, it’s not debatable).

    The funny thing is something tells me that pre trial, had she had the knowledge of everything about Allison, she wouldn’t have probably have considered Allison less as a master but more as another victim.

    The BIG picture of this trial show that she wasn’t related to Nxivm crime until she was coerced and dragged into DOS…
    She was brought in after she was starved for years (2013) and she wasn’t involved personnally with Raniere until 2015 …after the collateral were completed.

    She was never in position to decide and if you ignore Nicole’s testimony, there would be nothing against Allison.
    But Nicole ,unaware of the big picture, talked about her story with a pushy Penza behind.
    Remove the useless question of Penza and all the sudden, Allison is not even brought in except for transmitting the order she received.

    This is why i’m so agressive toward Penza who never did her job (the rest of prosecution did a fantastic job thou)…
    Raniere is the monster, he is the one with the motives, the one who gain the most in this, the one with the power .

    Allison is one of the girls he destroyed, one he coerced, one he starved and one he gave orders…
    Did she had motive ?no
    Did she gain anything fromm it? no (and no, she had no power so it’s just BS)
    Did she decide for anything ? no (read the transcript, she always asked something AFTER receiving DEMANDS by RANIERE.

    Just like Nicole was doing and for the same exact reason.
    How is Allison position different than Nicole’s position? It is not.

    • Anonymous,

      Penza and the Department of Justice only have so much time, money, and resources to investigate and prosecute criminals.

      Your logic tree regarding Allison and Nicole is as retarded as you.
      😉

    • Clare Bronfman had nothing to gain from following Raniere.
      In fact she might have lost as much as 100 million dollars.
      Therefore Clare Bronfman is a victim too.
      So is Sara Bronfman.
      By your logic everyone is a victim.

      Maybe even Raniere is a victim.
      His mommy hugged Little Keith a little too closely and Keith got all tingly all over and grew up to be a pervert.

      America used to be the “Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave” but now America is the hone of Victims and Sniveling Cowards.

  • In the mid to late 60’s the latest psychological fad for group was trusting the group enough to catch you as you purposefully fell backwards.
    Keith seems to have picked up on this “trust” fad by converting it for his sexual peccadillioes but presenting it as growth for his newest victim.
    Notice the many small steps, along the way, (NLP at work, folks) to get the victim to buy into it.

      • Scott,

        Re Nicole’s use of “like”:

        I wonder…….A young woman giving emotionally difficult, highly personal, and sexualized testimony in front of a room of complete strangers….and one of her sexual abusers….

        ……Yeah…. I cannot possibly understand how or why she would use “like” so much. It’s not like she wpuld have any reason to have been nervous or despondent.
        (Total sarcasm)

        You are as empathetic as bowl of cow shit topped with earthworms.

        • I doubt she like, talks much different with her, like, friends. LOL Maybe I can, like, have her on my like, radio show, which is like, very like relaxed, and like, nobody could possibly like, be, like, nervous at all. Except, like, YOU! LOL

          • Amway Johnson,

            I am so glad you find humor in the testimony of woman who was blackmailed and sexually abused and assaulted (SACRCASM).

            The same was sexually abused as a child.

            You wonder why no one on the Frankreport feels “remotely bad” for you.

  • There could be a lot of things told by Nicole to prosecutors, so far left undisclosed and unprosecuted, yes? Who knows what she revealed that could’ve been sent up to the Northern District, all tied up with a bow? About Mack. “Oooh that smell! Cantcha smell that smell?”

    • “About Mack. “Oooh that smell! Cantcha smell that smell?” Shivani33

      About Allison Mack I understand that the smell of burnt flesh was both nauseating and overpowering particularly in a conventional sized enclosed home.
      I wonder if Allison Mack thought of Joan of Arc while she inhaled that burning flesh.
      After all Raniere told her that she was the reincarnation of Joan of Arc.

  • Re Allison Mack Part 3:

    Shadowstate must be experiencing pure unadulterated rapture……After reading Part 3.
    LOL

    It’s Christmas for Shadowstate!!!!!

        • Niceguy,
          It’s called Perseverance.

          The US government hunted Osama bin Laden for over ten years before finally cornering the rat.
          It took them five years to hunt down the sniveling coward Abu Bakr Al Bagdadi.

          • Shadowstate,

            I forgot that Allison Mack is responsible like the gentlemen you mention for killing tens of
            thousands…..

            Please forgive me for my transcendental faux pas……. 😉

          • Shadowstate,

            BTW:

            Thanks for correcting my use of dogged with the simile perseverance.
            I grew appreciate it. 😉

          • Niceguy:

            “I forgot that Allison Mack is responsible like the gentlemen you mention for killing tens of
            thousands…..”

            “From Little Acorns Do Mighty Oaks Grow.”

            Today one tortures and pimps out women;
            tomorrow one commits murder.

            After all there are people who suggest that NXIVM has already been involved in murder in the past.

            What happened to Kristin Snyder?

            What happened to Gina Hutchinson?

            What happened to Barb Jeske?

            What happened to Pam Cafritz?

  • Something’s not adding up. Allison was Nicole’s acting coach, Nicole was paying her for the stupid The Source program. So why were they sleeping in the same bed? Why were they in the bathroom together? This wasn’t your average coach-student arrangement…

    They were lovers. Nothing wrong with that, though it would make for an awkward and complicated professional relationship. Seems kind of nasty to charge your lover for the course you’re teaching.

    If they were lovers (which it seems obvious they were) then it changes the collateral question. It’s odd enough that a teacher would require a student to cough up blackmail material to “prove trust”… it’s doubly bizarre that a lover would. What kind of person would make such a demand? And who would comply?

    These Nxians are freakin’ weird!

    And then Allison, her teacher and intimate partner, sells her out to Keith Raniere. What kind of monster does that? To their lover?

    Mack is nuts. She seems to be absolutely lacking in any moral sense whatsoever. Blackmails and lies repeatedly to her lesbian lover in a plot to pimp the girl out to a man. All the while seeming deeply and sincerely committed to Female Empowerment!

    God help me I’m beginning to understand where Shadowstate is coming from…

    • “Something’s not adding up. Allison was Nicole’s acting coach, Nicole was paying her for the stupid The Source program. So why were they sleeping in the same bed? Why were they in the bathroom together? This wasn’t your average coach-student arrangement…”

      Bingo!
      It is your average teacher-student relationship if the teacher is having sex with the student.
      That’s why I repeatedly have said that the sex slaves were for Allison Mack’s benefit as well as Keith Raniere’s.
      That’s why the US Government should compel Allison Mack to surrender or forfeit all of the tuition money she collected through her bogus Source acting school.

    • Actaeon,

      Holy Mackerel!!!!!!!! Holy Moly!!!!

      The Frankreport’s resident Sherlock Holmes is on to something.

      “Something’s not adding up. Allison was Nicole’s acting coach, Nicole was paying her for the stupid The Source program. So why were they sleeping in the same bed?”, Actaeon.

      Hey Einstein thanks for sharing.

      You may now return to sucking on your own…..
      😉

    • “Something’s not adding up. Allison was Nicole’s acting coach, Nicole was paying her for the stupid The Source program. So why were they sleeping in the same bed? Why were they in the bathroom together? This wasn’t your average coach-student arrangement…

      They were lovers. Nothing wrong with that, though it would make for an awkward and complicated professional relationship. Seems kind of nasty to charge your lover for the course you’re teaching.”
      This is what happens when an idiot try to follow an adult story…stop kid, go back to your comic book and let the adult talk…

      It was clearly stated by Nicole that it was for FINANCIAL REASONS…Both Allison and Nicole are completly broke.
      Idiot!

      “And then Allison, her teacher and intimate partner, sells her out to Keith Raniere. What kind of monster does that? To their lover?”
      Yeah, like Always, ignore the facts and make your pervert story up…your are (sort of) good at this…
      While you do that, sane people will consider the FACTS only…

      “God help me I’m beginning to understand where Shadowstate is coming from…”
      No, you are not beginning, you Always were that same kind of idiot as him.

  • “As readers know, Nicole was the only slave in the gruesome Nxivm cult to have been proven to have been sex trafficked.”

    Wait — what about Sylvie. Didn’t she also testify that she was coerced into having sex with Raniere? And even if Nicole was the only one proven in court, Jay testified that Mack tried to force her to have sex with him as well. And didn’t India only have sex with KR after she too was in DOS.

    I still would like someone to explain why they think Clyne was not arrested along with Mack. Was it only Lauren and Allison that had slaves that actually went to the FBI. Monica had Sylvie but was she forced to in order to avoid being charged?

    And now that you’ve moved onto Nicole’s testimony, didn’t you say that you would share the complete transcript of Lauren’s testimony.

  • Allison Mack managed almost as many slaves as Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
    Jefferson Davis was in charge of 113 slaves and Allison Pimp Mack managed around 100 slaves.

    The NXIVM slave group had up to 100 members:
    “The master-slave group grew to nearly 100 members”
    https://nypost.com/2019/06/05/nxivm-leader-allegedly-had-sex-slave-troll-tinder-for-more-virgins/

    “Oh I wish I was in the Land of Cotton,
    Where Old Times are not Forgotten.
    Look Away, Look Away, Look Away, Dixieland!”
    Allison Pimp Mack’s favorite song

      • And if someone gives me dollar bills with slave master George Washington’s face on them as change for a ten dollar bill, I will take them.
        The same with you.
        But don’t expect any currency with Allison Mack’s face on it.
        Her face will be relegated to the Wanted posters in the Post Office.

  • Questions that Keith asks DOS slave Nicole: “What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?” “What are you afraid of?”
    Questions asked of girls on Kristin Kreuk’s GBD website: GBD wants to know your answers to the 7 sexiest questions…tee hee!

    How do you think people perceive you and how is it different from the way you perceive yourself?
    Which of your irrational fears is the silliest?
    What is the most time-consuming activity you participate in?
    What is the greatest lesson you have learned from a child?
    If you could wave a magic wand and ask for whatever you wanted, what would you ask for?
    What is the most beautiful moment you have ever experienced?
    What are you most grateful for?
    “Send in your answers via video, audio, or text to: info@girlsbydesign.com. Don’t forget to write “SEXY 7″ in the subject line.”

    Looks like Heidi is right! G is for Grooming pedophile KAR

    • Are you saying Keith’s “What are you afraid of?” is the same as GBD’s “Which of your irrational fears is the silliest?”

      Are you saying Keith’s “What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?” is the same as GBD’s ????????????

      Is there some similarity that is clear to only you? Opps, I just asked a question—I must be G which stands for Grooming which means I’m Keith!

      Anonymous, you can use your comment to get off jury duty. tee hee

        • They are both questions about a person’s fears.

          Who the f*ck asks about your fears in a general convo?

          Trollish fool.

          • There is a difference between asking about your (real) fears…and asking about “irrational” and “silly” fears.
            And it wasn’t a “general convo”…it was a Survey to share with your fellow girls things about yourself. The girls’ replies to the survey show they understood.
            Keith may have been involved in GBD, but pretending you’ve found evidence of him is rather silly.

  • “Nicole was Allison’s slave in Nxivm’s subgroup DOS.”

    What can I say about Allison Pimp Mack that has not already been said about Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee?

    The NXIVM slave group had up to 100 members:
    “The master-slave group grew to nearly 100 members”
    https://nypost.com/2019/06/05/nxivm-leader-allegedly-had-sex-slave-troll-tinder-for-more-virgins/

    Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, owned as many as 113 slaves.
    “Before the American Civil War, he operated a large cotton plantation in Mississippi, which his brother Joseph gave him, and owned as many as 113 slaves.”
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jefferson_Davis

    While Robert E. Lee personally owned only a few slaves, through his wife, a descendant of George Washington’s stepson, General Lee managed many slaves.

    But Allison Mack should still be proud of herself.
    A white girl from suburban Southern California grew up to be a world famous actress and the Keeper of almost as many Slaves as Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

    Nice going Mistress Ally!
    Give yourself an extra helping of cornbread and black eyed peas.

    • Mistress and sex slaver Allison Mack probably had sex with most or all of her slaves unlike Confederate President Jefferson Davis, of whom this is not known. And Jefferson Davis’ slaves had little property to benefit from. Pimp Mack had wealthy slaves with money, investments, credit cards, jewelry, valuables and real estate from which she could benefit more than Jefferson Davis from his slaves who only had their labor. Who had the greater advantage, Allison Mack or Confederate President Jefferson Davis?

      I believe that Keith Raniere and Allison Mack formed a double leadership at a certain point in time and that they came to an agreement and made joint decisions. Allison Mack was not only a recipient of orders and an executing accomplice. Allison Mack benefited just as much as Keith Raniere. Both are to be treated equally.

      • I agree entirely.
        I just used the comparisons to Jefferson Davis and Robert E. Lee to illustrate the hypocrisy inherent in Allison Mack’s phony virtual signaling.
        Allison Mack plays the woman card and tries to trade in on her celebrity status but in reality she was just as greedy, sociopathic and sadistic as Raniere.
        As time went on both Allison Mack and Lauren Salzman seemed to grasp that as pimps they could extort both sexual services and material goods from their slaves.

        Mack tried to portray herself as the “Girl Next Door.”
        A modern day Doris Day.
        Doris Day laughed at her persona but the late singer and actress was a fairly conventional woman for her time.
        But this case has exposed Allison Mack as more of a She Wolf than the Girl Next Door.
        There is nothing conventional about Allison Mack.

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