Deep Dive into Kristin Kreuk’s Girls By Design [Part 1]

Kristin Kreuk started a group called Girls By Design {GBD] which sought to recruit teen girls into a sexy fun club and gather information about them. The group was at its heyday during the time Kreuk was being widely used by Nxivm to recruit members. Kreuk did not disband the group even after it was reported in the Albany Times Union that her mentor Keith Raniere had raped teen girls.

[Editor’s note: This is the first in a series by MK10ART about Girls By Design. MK10ART is studying the entire website in order to cite all of the inappropriate material. MK10ART references a call I had with one of the co-founders of Girls by Design. I am presently using her first name only [Kendra] not entirely unlike how certain women were treated in the trial of Keith Alan Raniere. The reason I am doing this is because I have serious reservations about making her full name more internet searchable for Girls By Design. I was persuaded that she was not trying to recruit girls for Raniere. Others are not so certain. One of these is MK10ART. I think it is important to explore this issue further. However, I do not see the need to further damage Kendra’s reputation unless we have something compelling to show she was personally involved in recruiting underage girls for Raniere.

Further, I want to make it clear that I am not accusing Kreuk of doing that either. She clearly had a much larger role in Nxivm than Kendra did. But that does not mean she knowingly used Girls By Design to lure girls to Raniere’s bedroom.

Regardless of whether or not this was a Raniere tool to try to get girls – with Kreuk’s possible unwitting help – much of the website seems age-inappropriate. Therefore, I think the series by MK10ART is important even if there is no connection with recruitment into Nxivm or for Raniere.

I think it is of interest in our studies as well since clearly the optics of it, the circumstantial evidence of Nxivm members like Kreuk making overtures to underage girls with plenty of sexual frankness or innuendo makes it look sinister and, therefore, should be placed on the record.  It may flush out the truth one way or the other.

I personally suspect that Kreuk was not being nefarious. Raniere might have been – and could have encouraged her to get this going without revealing his secret intent.  But Kreuk seems to have blundered by the topics chosen for the website. ]



The Girls by Design blog officially started on June 24, 2008 with a post by ‘Tabby.’

July 2008 posts

Girls By Design is an online group created by two actresses (who were actively involved in the criminal organization called NXIVM), Kendra and Kristin Kreuk.  Neither actress appears to have had a background in child development, psychology or any other credentials to counsel or teach children (much like the Nxivm members who ran Rainbow Cultural Garden Schools.)

Whatever they lacked in child development expertise, the two actresses could make up for with convincing performances.  Don’t forget that actors don’t just act on stage – they give convincing performances in real life too.  (This writer thinks Kendra gave an academy award-winning act for Frank, who subsequently removed incriminating GBD posts by her from

There seemed to be a strong push by NXIVM to get children under their influence while at the same time denying any connection to the cult.  Allison Mack infamously declared that DOS had nothing to do with NXIVM, even though Keith Raniere was closely monitoring and managing it behind the scenes.  Ditto with Jness, the Knife, The Source, etc.  All of the many splinter groups created and run by NXIVM members, all claimed that their projects had not-a-thing to do with NXIVM. But we know now that Raniere was behind them all.

Kristin Kreuk

This is one of the first posts captured by the Wayback Machine of the GirlsbyDesign Blog (which is a separate site from the  This was posted on July 28, 2008.

It’s clear that the immensely popular teen idol Kristin Kreuk was the main attraction.  This was her baby.  She was the star of the show.  She admits herself in the last paragraph that she had just ended her role in Smallville and felt at a loss for what to do with her time now.  This is the birth of Girlsbydesign.

Kristin was a yellow sash coach in NXIVM (read more about sashes here.)  She attended NXIVM’s Necker Island parties and was now a celebrity spokeswoman for NXIVM.  Keep in mind how popular she was from her Smallville show which had only just ended.  So she was still riding high with the fans that idolized her.  Most of these fans were young girls who wanted to be just like her and would have joined anything she put out.  They would vie for her attention.

Girlsbydesign gave girls the opportunity to obtain Kristin’s attention, approval, and advice – especially if the girl wanted to go into acting (what teenager doesn’t dream about being a star like Kreuk?)  Anything Kristin posted would be automatically considered unquestionably ‘cool’ and important.

Kristin was clearly fishing for compliments in this hair post – and she received many.  Here are some of them to illustrate her appeal to the young starstruck fans

Rysa Says:
July 28th, 2008 at 10:05 pm

o.O 8^O
Oh my gosh!!!

Nah.. kidding… you look amazing… as always!

you’re right, sometimes we need to change… Changes make us better.

BUT, I’ll miss you in Smallville… bad for me, good for you! I mean I’ll miss you, but I’m happy with all your new projects, especially with GBD.

Girl, you rock!


Andre Says:
July 28th, 2008 at 11:45 pm

Kristin, you still look gorgeous. I understand you’ll be returning to Smallville for how many episodes? Will you be using extensions or are they letting you shoot with short hair anyway?

Good luck with your future projects, I’m very annoyed that Miss Lana Lang wont be back in Smallville as she is my favourite character and Clark & Lana are my favourite TV couple ever. Definitely won’t be the same without you



The overwhelming majority of comments are from girls but one man calling himself “Dave” wrote a comment that gave the girls ‘permission to experiment’, (sounding suspiciously Raniere-esque.)  Of course, this is pure speculation.

Dave Says:
July 28th, 2008 at 11:51 pm

Kristin, you could shave your head bald and you would still be gorgeous. I like that you have the confidence to do it. Being a guy who grew his hair long for a few years I know its not an easy thing to do.

All you ladies who want to experiment should feel free to do so. I get the sense that this Girls by Design thing is very much aimed at helping young women gain confidence in yourself. So even though I prefer long hair, I say go for it and do whatever makes you feel good. Don’t worry about what “everyone else” thinks. Be happy with yourself.



The Sexy7 theme was introduced at the inception of Girlsbydesign.  Others have written about how totally inappropriate this theme is with pre-teens.  Along with this, Kendra and Kreuk seemed overeager to get the girls on video.

Film Your Sexy 7 with us!!

Posted by Tabby | Filed under Uncategorized

Hey all!!! So Kristin and I will be at Comic-Con tomorrow (Thursday) and we’d love to get your Sexy 7 on film (IF you are a female… please). Stop by the autograph line for Street Fighter (Capcom’s booth, we’ll be there from 12 – 1) and we’ll grab you while you’re in line and record your fabulous Sexy 7 to our snazzy HD Camera!

Tabby & Kristin

PS… The FIRST person to record a Sexy 7 will receive a freeeeeeeeee tank top with the GBD logo, autographed of course!


Most of the girls’ responses to this post were that they could not attend because of geographical distances.  Kendra and Kreuk (V+K) seemed to have forgotten they were dealing with pre-teens who can’t just jump on a plane and visit them at ComicCon (duh!).

Not to worry, this wouldn’t be the last request for videos of the underage groupies.

V + K seemed to have seen some of the girls and felt they were too fat for their (or Raniere’s) tastes.

This new post appeared in July 2008 as well.

Weekly Check-in: A Celebration

Posted by Tabby | Filed under Journey

Hey all you lovely peoples! So I thought that I would check in this week about my weight! I can’t believe a week has already passed since I posted my last results (remember the defy! defy! defy! entry?)! I’ve got amazing news to report!

So two months ago (and two days) I made a goal to lose 25 pounds in 3 months. That amount seemed steep to me, to be honest. It was around 2 pounds a week and I was worried I’d take it off way too soon. I stepped on the scale today and it registered 225.6 pounds. Exactly 25 pounds from when I started this amazing journey. I can’t believe it! I’ve seriously been walking around going “no friggin way!”

So… I guess its time to celebrate!

Speaking of health… I’m really excited to be able to welcome a friend of mine who is also a personal trainer to the blog! Sarah J. has been working as a personal trainer to some of the celebrities working in Vancouver and has been a fun friend and support for me during these last two months. While she’s not my own personal trainer, I have the privilege of meeting with her on occasion and talking health with her. I always come away from a conversation with her with so much more knowledge about healthy living than I went in. Now, you all will get to experience the wonder that is Sarah J as she will be blogging occasionally here about health, fitness, and answering questions from me and you all. Exciting huh!?

Right on! Okay! I think my first question for Sarah J will be if its (sic) safe to create more aggressive goals for my weight loss program and start loosing (sic) 3 to 4 pounds a week instead of 2. We shall see!

Thanks for keeping up with my progress! Talk to you next Friday about this journey at the latest!


What is disturbing about this weight loss post for girls is that it is not offering any sound advice for eating healthier or increasing activity.  Instead, it focuses on “loosing” as much weight as possible ASAP or as ‘Tabby’ writes “create more aggressive goals form my weight loss.”  The audience here, again, was comprised of pre-teen girls, many who probably hadn’t hit puberty yet.  They would feel fat already thanks to Hollywood standards.    Anorexia and bulimia often start at this age.  This is a very sensitive topic for females at a formative age.

We all know about Keith Raniere’s strict policy for his women being as thin as possible.  In my opinion, V + K set a dangerous, pro-NXIVM agenda here right from the start of their Girls By Design blog.  It does not foster health and beauty but starving and sending videos in of their Sexy7 selves – and this is all in the first month of GBD’s existence.


Girls by Design: This is a Blog

7 Word Sundays
Posted by Tabby | Filed under My Word is My Bond: Writing Assignments
Use all of the following seven words to construct a poem, short story, or prose:
footloose, beach, sluggish, cheesecake, tenderness, anachronism, prism, perhaps

Kristin’s Entry:
Perhaps. I am watching the waves recede back into the depths of the Ocean, my heart full of tenderness. His kindness seemed like an anachronism from this prism of sadness. Perhaps I am simply unaware of the sluggish quality of my heart, the slowness at which it moves compared to the speed of others. His heart seemed so footloose, so fancy free. So… chivalrous and unexpected. This moment is the first moment I think I can see clearly the nature of his parting. The beach is quiet as I realize that it was always me who could not love myself. And it was me who could not see the vastness of my own spirit. But perhaps the vastness was there all along. A smile creeps over my lips. I take a huge bite of fresh blueberry cheesecake.

Tabby’s Entry:
Why does a day spent at home, doing nothing in particular, feel so much more sluggish compared to other activities done away from home… say shopping, or perhaps a trip to the beach? It seems as if time is an ever changing instrument used by some unknown power to directly effect (sic) everything around me. When I want time to go faster, it laughs and refuses. When I’d like for it to go slower, to enjoy more of the life around me, it rushes by, faster than wind, whispering to me with sounds that resemble the childish taunt, “You can’t get me!”
Somewhere from upstairs I hear the distant tunes of something similar to the old song, “footloose” and something in me seems to stir, recognizing an anachronism from a distant past sliding gently through the poorly insulated walls with a certain rustic tenderness and politeness, so as not to stir too much in my mind. My fight with time begins to fade as my mind turns to the rumble in my belly. Food would be good. A piece of cheesecake appears in some external thought-bubble that I imagine exists. Delicious as though it may seem, I push it aside to find a better alternative. For the time, I leave my prism of thoughts for a basic survival need. This only lasts for three seconds, as I begin to analyze why cheesecake felt so survival based at the time. Three seconds, however, can sometimes last an eternity… especially when one is hungry.

Permalink | July 6th, 2008
9 Responses to “7 Word Sundays”
Ashley Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 8:49 pm
Uhhmm did you notice that you have 8 words up there?!…
Mmmmm cheescake.

Tabby Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 8:51 pm
HAHA yes, we did! That was the personality of Mari, giving us more than what we asked for! *g*

LI Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 9:54 pm
Kristin, you write well.
Write a book or something

Gina Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 9:55 pm
My footloose and boring life continues. Back from the gorgeous beach of Santa Monica and Malibu, I am now back to my hometown. I’m not used from going an arid environment to an environment rich in green.
I was tempted to take a prism up to the sun and let is cast a rainbow on the sand. Or would the sand reflect or absorb the light? I feel sluggish after the 5 hour plane ride. Jetlag begins to set in. Tenderness overtakes me as streams of tears wells up in my eyes, for this was my home for almost a year. The anachronism was painfully obvious. Was I meant to be here at this time of my life? Perhaps the only way to escape from the troubles concerning my roommate and I (sic).
Today, I set all of my troubles aside and grab a delicious cheesecake from the fridge.

Ashley Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 10:27 pm
Mmmmm cheesecake… or fitting in my bathing suit for the summmer at the beach?
Ugh! Fiiine… I. Will. Not. Be. Tempted… But maybe… perhaps… No, no, nooo… Remember what we are learning in our Prism Weight Loss Program…
I sluggishly walked back to the living room to finish watching “Footloose”… Anachronism… Ha, hey, I guess my teacher was right, you never know when you will use that word…
Kevin Bacon… mmmmm bacon… Nooo, stop that…
I think I need to call one of my supporters… they speak with such tenderness and are so ecourging…
I turn to grab the phone, and stop… why does it look like a…
Mmmmm ice cream sandwich…
Gina Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 10:38 pm
lol @ Kevin bacon! Ice cream sounds good! It’s too hot lol. XD

Lydia Says:
July 6th, 2008 at 11:48 pm
In this era of computers, writing with pen and paper can be considered as an anachronism. But, returning to the simplest of things can feel good. I’m eating a delicious piece of cheesecake, there’s the theme song from the movie Footloose on the background, I’ve got a splendid view on the beach, I feel the breeze of fresh air, I see a cute puppy running into the wind, I’m wearing a necklace with prism pendant … I take it all in, I enjoy and I’m grateful for these simple pleasures of life. Life is beautiful. People shouldn’t take life for granted. Instead of feeling sluggish, tired, irritated and unhappy, perhaps they should put less pressure on themselves and take the time to really live and truly enjoy moments of tenderness and happiness.

Denise Says:
July 7th, 2008 at 12:06 am
I gave it a shot, im not sure if i put the words in correctly im to tired to know what im writting. :-/
As I walk along this lonely beach with the waves crashing against my legs making them feel sluggish, I cant seem to stop thinking about him. Its almost as if I’m stuck in a prism of memories. The tenderness of his touch against my skin,the weird way he licked his strawberry cheesecake off his fork, how he was always so footloose and kind, he loved me so much.Perhaps this anachronism is a good thing. He will always be in my memories, but no longer in my heart. Those days are over, but I will cherish them forever.

Sarah Says:
July 7th, 2008 at 6:40 am
Beautiful prose Kristin. But I cannot tell if you are talking about the ocean or a guy. LOL


Finally here are some of the excellent paintings and sketches created by MK10ART of Kristin Kreuk and Girls by Design.


MK10ART’s painting of Nancy Salzman and her influence on Kristin Kreuk. 
MK10ART’s sketch of Girls By Design leader Kristin Kreuk
MK10ART’s painting of Kristin Kreuk
Allison Mack and Lauren embrace each other with Kristin Kreuk in the background. 
Kreuk and Nicki Clyne


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1 year ago

K.K. for Kristin Kreuk is clearly visible on the branding scars of the girls. K.R. & A.M. and K.K. are all there.

2 years ago

Hi. The links in this article aren’t working, it’s hard to get the full story without them. Do you have updated links?

Frank Parlato
2 years ago
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I think Kreuk or someone requested that they be taken down and they apparently were.

3 years ago

Tabby was an adult staffer who weighed 250 lbs so losing 25 lbs probably was a healthy thing and wasn’t trying to become Hollywood thin or telling the girls to become like KK.

And it is probably better that Tabby (aka Tubby) only encouraged healthy weight lose without giving specific diet advice–she’s not a doctor.

Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago

I’d love to know who or what inspired Kristin Kreuk’s pixie cut.

As we know, Gina Hutchinson’s emaciated corpse sported a similar shorn look not 6 years prior to the inception of GBD.

Keith’s control over his slaves appearances included not only maintaining long hair but cutting it off at his behest, as well.

Horacio Steamer
Horacio Steamer
3 years ago

Off topic factoid:

FACT #1) The average age of all COVID deaths in Italy is 80 years old.

FACT #2) Most of these elderly people who’ve died had a pre-existing condition anyway. These were super elderly people who were even sicker than average, who would have died from other things as well.

FACT #3) Only 17 people have died under the age of 50 in Italy, LOL —— and ALL of these people had serious pre-existing conditions which made them vulnerable to die from other ailments anyway.

Just 17. What a joke.

But you don’t hear the media reporting these facts about Italy.

IMO society needs to ‘accept’ that COVID deaths are a tragic part of nature —– just like the Flu. We don’t like it, but we can’t pretend that we can change nature.

Truth is… We can’t shut down society forever since when people finally realize that they’re gonna lose their jobs and lose their ability to support their families permanently (just to prevent the oldest and sickest among us from dying 1 or 2 years earlier than normal) they’re gonna realize that they can’t do this indefinitely.

We need to accept that whatever deaths might happen are certainly tragic, but inevitable, especially with such elderly and sick people who are already much older than people lived just 50 years ago.

Guess what?

We have many traffic accident deaths (every day) from people driving for purely ‘social reasons’ (which are not necessary). Yet we don’t ban driving for ‘social reasons’ and restrict driving for only necessary activities like work, healthcare appointments and shopping for food (even though it WOULD save many lives if we did that).


It’s because we ‘accept’ these driving deaths as inevitable, even though they are related to purely social driving, which isn’t necessary.

I’m starting to agree with the Netherlands Prime Minister and his plan for ‘herd immunity’ from COVID —– which means they are basically getting ready to let everybody in Holland under 60 (60% of society) catch the disease so that everybody under 60 years old will have immunity very soon, and the rest of society won’t be at risk anymore cuz the disease won’t be able to spread after that point.

At least Holland is seeing the light and realizing that it’s inevitable that some deaths will happen.

Have a nice day. 🙂

3 years ago

Not so simple.

Speaking of the Netherlands, and the Benelux countries:

Coronavirus: half of Dutch intensive care patients are under 50

‘Although nearly all the 24 patients who have died so far were over the age of 70, the disease can cause severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in much younger patients. Half of all patients who are admitted to intensive care for ARDS die.’

Coronavirus doctor says lung scans for young patients were ‘nothing short of terrifying’

‘A Belgian doctor working to battle the coronavirus says he’s treated several seriously ill young patients — and their lung scans were “nothing short of terrifying,” according to reports.

Dr. Ignace Demeyer, who works at a hospital in Aalst, said an increasing number of people between the ages of 30 and 50 have presented with severe symptoms, despite having “blank medical records” that show no underlying conditions that would make them high-risk, the Brussels Times reported.

“They just walk in, but they are terribly affected by the virus,” Demeyer told the Belgian broadcaster VRT.

He said CT scans indicated they were suffering from severe lung damage.’

3 years ago

Just more fake news from whatever dubious sources you scrape, sites that must be run like Raniere’s and NXIVM’s “The Knife.”

That’s not actually what the Dutch are up to:

Coronavirus: Dutch to close all schools, bars and restaurants


MPs back ministers on coronavirus; herd immunity is not the aim, says Rutte

“Prime minister Mark Rutte again reiterated that group immunity is not the aim of Dutch policy and admitted that a misunderstanding had arisen after his televised speech on Monday. In that speech Rutte said that the Dutch aimed to exercise maximum control over the virus. The aim, he said, is to try to spread the peak infection over a longer period, ‘while we build up immunity’. This means that hospitals and intensive care units are not overburdened and they have capacity to help the people most in need, Rutte said.
The measures the government is already taking are ‘very similar’ to those in other European countries which say they are on lockdown, he said. ‘The Netherlands has been closed to a large extent,’ he said.”


“flatten the curve”

‘The RIVM also spoke to parliament on Wednesday, explaining the Netherlands’ approach to “flatten the curve” of the infection rate so that the Dutch healthcare system does not get overloaded, while at the same time building up herd immunity against the virus. Herd immunity is not the main goal, but merely a tactic to buy time until there is a vaccine, RIVM director Jaap van Dissel told the Tweede Kamer.’

That last piece points to the crux of the problem, the burden that COVID-19’s extraordinarily high rate of serious cases puts on health systems.

INCONVENIENT TRUTH: 20% of COVID-19 patients require hospitalization, across all ages.

FACT: Flu season symptomatic cases in the US, average to high: 31 million – 60 million (the typical flu variety will have 2 seasons)
FACT: Number of hospitalizations required at 20% rate: 6.2 million – 12 million
FACT: Number of hospital beds in US: 0.93 million (930,000)

Explain to us how that is supposed to pan out, other than at the peak we would have to ‘accept’ hospitals turning away all patients over about 30, and up to 2.2 million deaths (over 2 seasons, per Imperial College report that the White House has accepted*). And at the peak of the first approximately 4 month season, 72,000 deaths per day would outstrip our capacity to bury the dead except in trenches – what the Iranians are already doing, according to satellite photographs.†


Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago

Btw, Gina Hutchinson also met Kevin Bacon (the real one) at the Malibu Country Mart and made Epicurus jokes about it.

Also, who is Denise? Was there a real GBD girl named “Denise” — or is she, too, a character based on a friend of Gina’s Keith tried to recruit into his harem?

These GBD comments all seem culled from conversations among real teen girls from Keith’s past.

more weird writing
more weird writing
3 years ago

Again, the writing samples of KK and her staff seem too adult for teen girls, as if GBD didn’t know their audience, or maybe really were trying to encourage sexual awakening.

Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago

A number of parallels to Keith Raniere and some of his long term (some since terminated), inner circle members jumps out at me.

One of them is the repeat use (ad naseum) of the number “7” as a catchy recruitment tool — from GBD’s “The Sexy 7” title to having the girls make a story out of “7 words,” etc.

I’m reminded of how Keith preached the scientific and alleged spiritual value of the number 7 — to get the attention of and manipulate ‘sales’ prospects.

He also used it to convince my sister, Gina, to sacrifice herself — per notations she left in her journal.

Btw, anyone know who the GBD “Gina” is? Was there ever a “Gina” among the GBD leadership in 2008 who had lived in Santa Monica/Malibu California mountains and writes so poetically about it?

Eerily, Gina Hutchinson — though deceased when GBD was formed — also lived for nearly a year with me in Malibu, CA in the late ‘90’s and wrote poetically about it.

In other words, I suspect GBD’s “Gina” is either Keith or someone in Keith’s long term, inner circle who knew Gina Hutchinson —reviving her spirit under a pseudonym.

Please prove me wrong.

3 years ago

“Please prove me wrong.”

You sound awfully like Bangkok, who also uses the phrase “Prove me wrong” repeatedly. Nevertheless, your proof sounds like an attempt to link circumstantial evidence with anecdotes.

Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Are you implying that I am Bangcuck? Or Bangcuck’s cuck?

Or that I’m merely mocking the Kook, Cuck, what have you?

Never the less, I am stating facts whether or not they factor in. I believe they do and any true investigator would be interested the pattern these similarities among victims might establish.

…Not so much in desperately attempting to discredit their sources.

Horacio Steamer
Horacio Steamer
3 years ago

Off topic factoid alert:

I’ve finally figured out why Frank won’t write any ‘neutral’ articles about Coronavirus (i.e,, articles that stray from the usual ‘doomsday’ scenarios presented by our 2 resident retards, Joe and AnonyFaker).

I’ve finally figured out why Frank won’t delve into the topic of the SILLY hysteria being created for a disease which has only 5,000 worldwide deaths —– when the Flu can kill up to 500,000 per year.


It’s because Frank is worried about being publicly shamed (by the mainstream media) so close to his DOJ trial in May.

Frank is afraid that if he reports about any of the SILLINESS of the virus hysteria (i.e., people preparing for a nuclear war, stockpiling a year’s worth of toilet paper, etc) then the media might publicly single him out for ‘shame’ —- and it may anger the NY jury pool just before his trial.

That’s why Frank will only publish PC (politically correct) virus articles on his site. He wants to toe the line for the hysterical media.

I challenge Frank to dispute this.

I’ll take his ‘silence’ on this issue as a confirmation that I’m correct.

Have a nice day. 🙂

3 years ago

Your last name says it all – Steamer

Your thoughts are a steaming pile of shit.

3 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Well put, Anon.

Scott Johnson
3 years ago

Bangkok, you can run but you can’t hide. Just a reminder to everyone that you’re too scared to come on my show, you little coward. LOL

3 years ago

A Question.

Is Tabby also known as Tabby Chapman?

Allison Mack reportedly attended Tabby Chapman’s wedding in California years ago.

Liberals are dickheads.
Liberals are dickheads.
3 years ago

Mark Vicente needs to get punched, hard.

This little prick accuses others of being “cult members” for not trusting pretentious liberal mouthpiece CNN which promotes nonsense people don’t like and never reports on issues people do care about, when this dumb cunt spent twelve years in the NXIVM CULT, got his own mother involved in criminal activity (both named in a lawsuit), stayed loyal to a PEDOPHILE for years and more. Look at his feed. This cult member/pedophile worshiper likes to talk down to others like he is a saint.

He likes to bash Fox News because it is not liberal. Guess what, cunt, not everyone is a self-loathing pretentious dickhead, like you are. You are a liberal piece of shit for the same reason you were in a cult for years and years and years. Because you are a low self-esteem, self-righteous fuck.

After years of worshiping a pedophile, your ‘career’ is still shit. You are a failure in life.

Hurry up and perish from the CHINESE VIRUS, you CULT MEMBER.

Scott Johnson
3 years ago

Yes, but how do you really feel? LOL

3 years ago

Vicente is a Cult Hopper jumping from cult to cult.
Jumping from Ramtha to NXIVM.

About the Chinese virus, there appears to be a link, especially in Italy, between using ibuprofen to fight the virus and kidney damage and death.
Do not use ibuprofen if you have the virus.
This advice comes from Michael Savage, the radio host who has a Ph.D. in nutrition.

obtained a PhD in 1978 from the University of California, Berkeley, in nutritional ethnomedicine

3 years ago

Shadow, why not call it by its correct name – covid-19?

I think the main issue was the fear that hospitals would be overwhelmed with patients because this virus is extremely contagious…in South Korea, one person who refused testing went on to infect 1000 people.

But I think you’re right- closing everything down is probably going to cause more harm than good. When the economy tanks and the unemployment rates soar, it will have a negative effect on many people’s health.

Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago

Somebody needs an NPD mental health check-up.

Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago

That NPD comment was @Bangkook, not Shadow. IDK what Shadow’s problem is.

3 years ago

You need to get your loose snapper stapled.

Heidi Hutchinson
Heidi Hutchinson
3 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Oh, is THAT what you’re interested in? Gee, and all along I thought FR was investigating NXIVM.

I can’t accomodate you — doubt there are staples small enough. Have you tried a pencil sharpener?

3 years ago

Boohoo. Kendra Sloth is complaining because her NXIVM ethical business was Girls by Design.

Very coincidental
Only a website for teen girls
That was built for a pervert
How can it be?

Kendra Bawth did it

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His work has been cited in hundreds of news outlets, like The New York Times, The Daily Mail, VICE News, CBS News, Fox News, New York Post, New York Daily News, Oxygen, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, The Sun, The Times of London, CBS Inside Edition, among many others in all five continents.

His work to expose and take down NXIVM is featured in books like “Captive” by Catherine Oxenberg, “Scarred” by Sarah Edmonson, “The Program” by Toni Natalie, and “NXIVM. La Secta Que Sedujo al Poder en México” by Juan Alberto Vasquez.

Parlato has been prominently featured on HBO’s docuseries “The Vow” and was the lead investigator and coordinating producer for Investigation Discovery’s “The Lost Women of NXIVM.” Parlato was also credited in the Starz docuseries "Seduced" for saving 'slave' women from being branded and escaping the sex-slave cult known as DOS.

Additionally, Parlato’s coverage of the group OneTaste, starting in 2018, helped spark an FBI investigation, which led to indictments of two of its leaders in 2023.

Parlato appeared on the Nancy Grace Show, Beyond the Headlines with Gretchen Carlson, Dr. Oz, American Greed, Dateline NBC, and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, where Parlato conducted the first-ever interview with Keith Raniere after his arrest. This was ironic, as many credit Parlato as one of the primary architects of his arrest and the cratering of the cult he founded.

Parlato is a consulting producer and appears in TNT's The Heiress and the Sex Cult, which premiered on May 22, 2022. Most recently, he consulted and appeared on Tubi's "Branded and Brainwashed: Inside NXIVM," which aired January, 2023.

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