Kristin Kreuk

Sultan: Stop Hurting My Adorable Kristin Kreuk

Sultan of Six is a man possessed with an ideal. That ideal is actress Kristin Kruek.

Since at least 2011 he has been her most ardent online defender, posting comments in her defense when anyone criticizes Kreuk about her role in Nxivm.

Sultan was incensed by a recent post, Kristin Kreuk Should Write Letter to Judge in Support of Allison Mack Prior to Mack’s Sentencing and wrote a rebuttal to it.

While Sultan has never met Kreuk and will likely never meet her, and she may or may not know of his actual existence, he continues to defend the lady of his dreams.

By Sultan of Six

First of all, this [below] was not a tweet. It was a statement that Kristin Kreuk released through Twitter and Instagram

Kristin Kreuk statement about NXIVM.

Frank Report Is the Problem

Frank Report wrote, “Following Keith’s arrest on March 26, 2018, probably sensing she would be named in media stories, she issued one carefully worded tweet.”

Either you, Frank, have a very poor memory or you are trying to rewrite history and gloss over your less than noble conduct.

In November 2017, [five months before Kreuk’s statement] Susan Dones gave an interview to Hollywood Life talking about Kristin introducing Allison to NXIVM.

Frank you were even quoted in the article talking about how her boyfriend (who you don’t bother to name) joined first and then brought Kristin in.

Also 20/20, you know the national news program on ABC, had a whole hour devoted to NXIVM in December 2017, and mentioned Kreuk, Mark Hildreth, and Grace Park as former members.

Kreuk Made Her Only Statement About Nxivm to Refute Frank’s Lies

Kreuk may have released her statement after Raniere’s arrest on March 26, but I think it was also to refute the bald faced lie you told to the New York Post on March 28, that she was in the inner circle and recruited sex slaves.

Sarah Edmondson and other cult members backed up Kreuk’s statement. Edmondson defended Kreuk and explicitly refuted your lies as well.

Edmondson wrote, “For the record, my dear friend @MsKristinKreuk was never in the inner circle of #NXIVM. She never recruited sex slaves and has been out since 2013 before shit got weird. She is a lovely person who should not be dragged into this mess. Thank you. #Cult #DOS #freedom #TRUTH”.

Nxivm members, Kristin Kreuk, Sarah Edmondson, Nicki Clyne and Michel Chernitzky

Her statement was also supported by Laura Vandervoort, the Smallville cast member who Allison Mack actually tried to recruit into the sex cult.

Kreuk’s previous [Twitter and Instagram] statement also does everything you say she should do, although it may not be in the hyperbolic, hysterical fashion with which you often make your pronouncements.

She said she didn’t know about anything bad or illegal in Nxivm.

Now maybe you think she’s not being truthful because you are projecting and haven’t exactly been truthful when you claim you didn’t know about anything bad when you were living in the community and talking for hours to the sex-slaving, evil psycho Vanguard and eating, drinking, and strolling daily around with his criminal, brainwashed harem henchwomen Nancy Salzman, Kristin Keefe, and others.

But if you are going to say things like, “I don’t think Mark [Vicente] or Sarah [Edmondson] knew much of the secret underbelly of Nxivm,” you come off as hypocritical.

Mark Hildreth, Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack during their time together in Nxivm.

And let’s be honest and admit that no matter what she does, there will always be some who refuse to believe anything.

Look at Edmondson. She wrote a book and has done countless interviews and there are still some on here who claim they don’t believe she didn’t commit any crimes or at least know about any being committed.

As for Mack, maybe Kreuk hasn’t said anything about Mack because she doesn’t have anything good to say anymore?

What’s that your parents tell you, well OK obviously NOT YOU, but “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.”

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An image from Perez Hilton implying that Kristin Kreuk was side by side with the branding of women. She was not.

No One Else Is Defending Allison Mack, so Why Should Kristin Kreuk?

You say you’ve talked to lots of former members, but unless I’ve missed it, I don’t recall you quoting anyone saying anything close to Allison being a kindhearted, truly loving person.

Someone you claim to know called Allison a “narcissist and disgusting human being.”

Before you decide based on Allison being white or superficially friendly to you in passing, that she deserves this over the top, unabashed support, maybe you could ask India or Nik or Catherine or Sarah if Allison was a truly kindhearted and loving person.

Personally, I think the ones who were impacted the most by Allison deserve to have their voices heard and given more weight than someone [Kreuk] who left how every many years before and, so far as we know, was not impacted by Allison’s actions.

You said Allison and Lauren were the ones who deceptively edited Sarah’s tape and released it.

You’ve written about Allison attempting to groom and/or recruit underage girls and knowing about Keith having sex with them but you think Kreuk should ignore all that?

Kristin Does Not Support Mass Murderess Phoolan Devi

Making a documentary about an historical figure doesn’t necessarily mean the people involved agree with or condone everything that they did. That Phoolan Devi went on to become a member of parliament before being assassinated  makes her an interesting person to explore. Just like a year or years from now, if people make documentaries about Raniere or Mack, that doesn’t mean they condone what they did.

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Kristin Kreuk tweeted support of a documentary about Phoolan Devi. What the promoters of the film fail to mention is that Phoolan Devi incited her gang of bandits [yes, she was a thief and robber – mostly of senior citizens and poor women] to murder some two dozen innocent men. Phoolan claimed that these men raped her. However, they never had a chance to stand trial. Based on her word alone, they were murdered by her gang. Yet her word as a brutal robber is hardly proof that they were guilty. It is odd that Kruek is promoting Phoolan Devi as an example for International Women’s Day. Summary execution without a trial is taking the “Believe the woman” concept a little too far.

A Couple of Points About Sultan’s remarks:

By Frank Parlato

In the Hollywood Life story Sultan mentions, not all of my comments were quoted. I recall mentioning Kreuk’s boyfriend, Hildreth, but Hollywood Life did not think he was an important enough actor to name for their audience.

Sultan brings up an interesting point that I had not considered before: “Kreuk may have released her [Twitter and Instagram] statement … to refute the bald faced lie you told to the New York Post on March 28, that she was in the inner circle and recruited sex slaves.”

I would not agree I told bald faced lies to the Post.

However, the headline for the Post Alleged sex-cult leader used ‘Smallville’ stars to recruit women: witness suggest Sultan is right.

I did not tell the Post that Kreuk recruited sex slaves for DOS. I did tell them she was used to recruit women that later became sex slaves.

Kreuk was used extensively for recruitment by Nxivm recruiters. Her name was always mentioned in pitches to potential students of Nxivm. Some of those women got sucked into the devious and evil part of the cult.

As the Post’s article correctly states, using me as a source, “Kreuk….signed up [for Nxivm], but got out before female acolytes began getting forcibly branded with cauterizing pens.”

I was quoted, “’Kreuk had come first, sometime around late 2005, early 2006,’” said Frank Parlato, who first broke the story, in June, of women being forcibly branded as part of the ­NXIVM ‘sorority.’

“’Kreuk brought in Allison’ soon afterward, said Parlato.”

The Post writes, “’Lana’ [Kreuk] and ‘Chloe’ [Mack] went from starring in the popular, sugar sweet CW series [Smallville] to starring as ­Raniere’s top sex-slave recruiters, said Parlato.”

However, to reiterate, I never told the Post that Kreuk actually, knowingly brought in sex slaves.

Here is my quote: “’Allison was used, as was Kristin, as a lure to bring in other women because of their celebrity status,’ he said.”

As for Kreuk being in the inner circle, when I was there [2007-08], Kreuk was available for Raniere and Nancy Salzman whenever they demanded, just like any inner circle woman.

That does not mean Kreuk was sleeping with Raniere nor involved in the branding or blackmailing of women.

My quote to the Post was: “’Kreuk was also in the inner circle, but branding was a later addition to Raniere’s abuse of women,’ Parlato said”.

As for Kreuk not knowing about anything bad or illegal, that is quite possible.

When I was close to, or knew almost everyone in Nxivm in Albany, I did not know of anything bad or illegal.

Sarah Edmondson sums it up nicely when she says Kristin “got out in 2013 before shit got weird.”

I got out in 2008, and while I think things were weird right from the start of Nxivm, the cult was good at keeping it a secret.

Maybe Kreuk could have taken a brave role in the take down of Nxivm, a role more like her persona on TV and aligned with her virtue signalling persona.  But lacking bravery is not a crime.

Perhaps Kreuk is better served by being silent about her role in Nxivm.

There are some who point to Kreuk’s Girls By Design as evidence that she was involved in seedier parts of the cult.

But I have not gotten any evidence that Kreuk was involved in recruitment of underage girls for Raniere.  I have not received any evidence that Kreuk was a criminal coconspirator in the Nxivm racketeering enterprise.

Allison Mack, Kristin Kreuk and Sara Bronfman at a secret Necker Island retreat for elite and inner circle members of Nxivm

She may or may not have slept with Raniere. I have never heard from anyone who told me she did. I have been told by several of Raniere’s women that they believed she did not.

 

 

 

 


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  • “As for Mack, maybe Kreuk hasn’t said anything about Mack because she doesn’t have anything good to say anymore?”

    This is what happens when a sick fan is trying to pose as someone who knows someone else…Kreuk isn’t talking about her because this would mean she acknowledge her fault (and it’s her fault)

    You talk without knowing and chose to ignore that your wonderful KK is a terrible person…continue to live in a blissful world where your “fantastic” (more like pathetic) virtual GF is perfect but the facts show the opposite.

    You don’t need to be a criminal to be an awful person…that is what KK is, live with it

    “You say you’ve talked to lots of former members, but unless I’ve missed it, I don’t recall you quoting anyone saying anything close to Allison being a kindhearted, truly loving person.”
    Frank hates Allison, why would he post something true about her when he spent his time lying about her?
    You idiot!

    And I suspect (as I was myself a victim of it) that Mr. Frank likes to publish (comment and article) of the subjects he wants…he likes to talk about freedom of speech but if it’s going against his agenda, it’s a no-no…

    I doubt he would publish anything going to support Allison (He likes too much to make up fake stories to publish the truth).

    • I don’t hate Allison. I have said repeatedly that I think the judge should show her leniency. If I were the judge, I would sentence her to home confinement.
      And possibly only one or two years. I don’t think she is evil, just misguided.

  • To: “Kristin Kreuk tweeted support of a documentary about Phoolan Devi. What the promoters of the film fail to mention is that Phoolan Devi incited her gang of bandits […] to murder some two dozen innocent men. Phoolan claimed that these men raped her. However, they never had a chance to stand trial. Based on her word alone, they were murdered by her gang. Yet her word as a brutal robber is hardly proof that they were guilty. It is odd that Kruek is promoting Phoolan Devi as an example for International Women’s Day. Summary execution without a trial is taking the “Believe the woman” concept a little too far.”

    One should believe something without actually knowing anything.
    Is this part of Keith Raniere’s teaching to believe him as an vanguard and do everything he says? Without evidence and without justification, and preferably without asking questions, because that only fuels the suspicion that you have doubts and disintegrate.

  • Frank & Sultan,

    I have never laughed so hard!!!!

    LMFAO

    Comedy Gold!!!! I needed a good laugh right now considering everything that’s going on in the world.

    Thank you both so much!

    • Yes, these had me honestly laughing out loud.

      Frank writes, “I did not tell the Post that Kreuk recruited sex slaves” No, no, no, he only told the post that she and Mack starred as, ­”Raniere’s top sex-slave recruiters.” LOL

      But your honor, I don’t see why he would be upset,I didn’t say he stole the bread. I said he was the top bread stealer.

      And Frank’s explanation, well I THOUGHT she was in the inner circle 10 years ago. Of course, if HE thought it, why even bother to verify something as significant and untruthful as that. If only there was an actual inner circle high level defector he could have consulted with.

  • “Never complain, never explain” is the Queen of England’s motto when dealing with press articles and maybe Kristin Kreuk is doing exactly that.

    • Maybe the Queen of England has no responsibilities. She is a figurehead. LOL

      Kristin Crook(ed) could have dealt with the press and stayed anonymous. Maybe she has something to hide and is doing exactly that. LOL

      • No way. What would the press want from Kreuk without her name attached? They want HER story, and she has nothing else to give.

        • The press is very well-known for keeping their sources confidential, and particularly Frank, who she turned down.

  • No, Frank. I didn’t write this comment that you elevated into another article, presuming it to be me. I cannot take credit for something I did not do. I’m not VanFake. It’s ironic that you talk about my obsession with Kristin, yet I’m not the person with the *active* role here, who keeps open a platform for idle speculation, misinformation, outright lies, bigotry, misogyny, and racism in its content and comments, for a train that left the station long ago. I was always merely a *reactive* one with regards to it, the articles and comments of which have been slandering Kristin going on for three years now, at least, insinuating so much falsehood everyone in the know has put it on par with tabloid fodder or worse rather than the investigate journalism you claim it is, making the claim of your “pursuit of truth” on the side laughable in their minds. A website that does so for slanted reasons because Kristin is supposedly a feminist Hollywood “libtard” who holds similar views to ones you despise, and brings out the dregs and fodder of those who agree in the comments (it’s “cute” that those who engage in such sub-human behavior think you care for their actual input when you only care about advertising revenue and clicks), but mostly because she rejected your request to help “bring down” NXIVM for what is a primarily personal motivation in your fight with Raniere, Clare, et al.

    It’s funny that you think an actor who has *always* kept things so close to the vest and has been so private in her personal life is going to all of a sudden become a spokesperson in the fight against a group for which she had explicitly stated she experienced nothing nefarious or illegal and left several years before shit hit the fan, just because she was asked through a friend. She even stated that one of the main reasons she started to act was to help her break out some from her shell of introversion and shyness, which is also the primary reason she joined NXIVM in the first place. It was only because of her early, quick, and relatively long success due to Smallville in an industry that doesn’t have much compared to the many failures you never hear about, did she decide to take acting more seriously, a pursuit that was likely and ironically stunted by the time she spent in NXIVM instead of more credible institutions for it.

    • “It’s funny that you think an actor who has *always* kept things so close to the vest and has been so private in her personal life is going to all of a sudden become a spokesperson in the fight against a group”.

      She is happy to virtue signal about things that have nothing to do with her.

      “for which she had explicitly stated she experienced nothing nefarious or illegal”

      She would though, wouldn’t she. Not “experiencing” something, is not the same as not knowing about something. Especially when her name has been attached to information published online regarding illegal and nefarious things.

      “and left several years before shit hit the fan”

      But she didn’t. She was a NXIVM cultist into 2016 and probably longer, until Sarah Edmondson left in May 2017 with a brand above her cooter and a month later when Frank Parlato broke the story. “Several years”, lol.

      “She even stated that one of the main reasons she started to act was to help her break out some from her shell of introversion and shyness”.

      So? Display some vulnerability for sympathy.

      “which is also the primary reason she joined NXIVM in the first place.”

      Barbara Bouchey hinted she helped recruit actors, including Kreuk. You don’t know why the half rice bowl cradler joined the cult. Other then it attracted retards with low self esteem.

      “It was only because of her early, quick, and relatively long success due to Smallville in an industry that doesn’t have much compared to the many failures you never hear about, did she decide to take acting more seriously”

      Where do you get this shit from? Do you make things up or do you read/watch every interview/article about Kreuk? Either answer is sad.

      “a pursuit that was likely and ironically stunted by the time she spent in NXIVM instead of more credible institutions for it.”

      Sure, lol. Kristin Kreuk is just like Dame Judi Dench and NXIVM held her back. Tee hee!

  • Well, this should be fun. I can’t wait to read Sultan’s reaction when he sees this. LOL

    So, Frank, are you actually the one running around accusing everyone of being Sultan. And here I thought it was the deranged Omar Rosales.

    What makes you so sure Sultan wrote this anyway?

    Maybe I need to think of a name to go by. Let’s see what would you appreciate? Manmaking.com? Blood and pus-filled body?

  • It’s a struggle to read the ramblings of this brown and autistic ‘Stani. Literally, couldn’t go beyond the first sentence without thinking “𝘧𝘶𝘤𝘬𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘩𝘦𝘭𝘭”.

    While it’s funny to trigger him, the fact that incels like him actually exist is just sad. This loser is somewhere in his forties and he behaves like this. Has he ever smelt, seen or touched a vagina before?

    The Brown Beetle, known here as “Spanky” has a serious case of Celebrity Worship Syndrome. Give this Wiki page a skim:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celebrity_worship_syndrome

    𝐒𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐞 𝐨𝐛𝐬𝐞𝐬𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥:

    “Individuals that meet the criteria of being labeled as a “simple obsessional stalker” tend to share a set of characteristics including an inability to have successful personal relationships in their own lives, social awkwardness, feelings of powerlessness, a sense of insecurity, and very low self-esteem. Of these characteristics, low self-esteem plays a large role in the obsession that these individuals develop with their victim, in this case, the famous person. If the individual is unable to have any sort of connection to the celebrity with which they are obsessed, their own sense of self-worth may decline.”

    𝗟𝗼𝘃𝗲 𝗼𝗯𝘀𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹:

    “As the name suggests, individuals who demonstrate this sort of stalking behavior develop a love obsession with somebody who they have no personal relation to. Love obsessional stalking accounts for roughly 20–25% of all stalking cases. The people that demonstrate this form of stalking behavior are likely to suffer from a mental disorder, commonly either schizophrenia or paranoia. Individuals that are love obsessional stalkers often convince themselves that they are in fact in a relationship with the subject of their obsession. For example, a woman who had been stalking David Letterman for a total of five years claimed to be his wife when she had no personal connection to him. Other celebrities who have fallen victim to this form of stalking include Jennifer Aniston (who has been associated with NXIVM), Halle Berry, Jodie Foster, and Mila Kunis, along with numerous other A-list stars”.

    𝐄𝐫𝐨𝐭𝐨𝐦𝐚𝐧𝐢𝐜:

    “Erotomanic, originating from the word erotomania, refers to stalkers who genuinely believe that their victims are in love with them. The victims in this case are almost always well known within their community or within the media, meaning that they can range from being small town celebrities or famous personalities from Hollywood. Comprising less than 10% of all stalking cases, erotomanic stalkers are the least common. Unlike simple-obsessional stalkers, a majority of the individuals in this category of stalking are women. Similar to love-obsessional stalkers, the behavior of erotomanic stalkers may be a result of an underlying psychological disorder such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or major depression. Individuals who suffer from erotomania tend to believe that the celebrity with whom they are obsessed with is utilizing the media as a way to communicate with them by sending special messages or signals. Although these stalkers have unrealistic beliefs, they are less likely to seek any form of face-to-face interaction with their celebrity obsession, therefore posing less of a threat to them”.

    𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐧𝐬𝐞-𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐬𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥:

    “This is an intermediate level of obsession that is associated with neuroticism as well as behaviors linked to psychoticism. An example of an intense-personal attitude toward a celebrity would include claims such as “I consider my favorite celebrity to be my soul mate.” It has been found that in particular, people who worship celebrities in this manner often have low self-esteem with regards to their body type, especially if they think that the celebrity is physically attractive”.

    𝐁𝐨𝐫𝐝𝐞𝐫𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞-𝐩𝐚𝐭𝐡𝐨𝐥𝐨𝐠𝐢𝐜𝐚𝐥:

    “This classification is the most severe level of celebrity worship. Often, it is expressed by statements like “If someone gave me one thousand dollars, I would consider spending it on a sanitary napkin used by my favourite celebrity””.

    This muslim fap-farmer absolutely fits the bill. If Kristin G̶o̶o̶k̶ Kreuk squeezed out a chocolate fudge dragon in a jar and put it on eBay for charity (though not to raise awareness of branded sex slaves in her cult), the halal spicy food enthusiast would spend his whole life savings on it, build a shrine around it, pray to it, sacrifice a goat at the alter for it, spank to it and talk to it.

    https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcQUadtp-GJkcMqOMNkXJKe2-lFf9a-0HGdhbGiU8_qAfcaj4t89&usqp=CAU

    • “Kristin G̶o̶o̶k̶ Kreuk”, that’s pretty slick. You are so subtle some readers might not realize you are a racist.

      • After all of the effort Dookie put into that story, that’s what you got out of it? LOL

        Seriously? Racist? What a Libtard. LOL

        • ====After all of the effort Dookie put into that story===

          Dookie used hundreds of words to try to define Sultan…but it only takes a dozen to define him.

    • I don’t think you know the difference between involuntary and voluntary. The former applies only to incels, and the online vociferousness and utter disregard for basic social norms you put on display are marked characteristics of one.

  • Did “Kristin Kreuk tweeted support of a documentary about Phoolan Devi” or support Phaloon Devi? Big difference.
    I recommend Jo Jo Rabbit, a film about Nazis killing Jews, but I don’t recommend killing Jews.

    • “Did “Kristin Kreuk tweeted support of a documentary about Phoolan Devi” or support Phaloon Devi? Big difference.”

      Based on what she put on social media, as spoken of here on Frank Report, both.

      “I recommend Jo Jo Rabbit, a film about Nazis killing Jews, but I don’t recommend killing Jews”.

      Kreuk is given a “producer” tag in this documentary. Presumably, you don’t have a producer tag for Jo Jo Rabbit. Whoever is in charge of this propaganda documentary wants someone with some profile attached to it and Kreuk is the best he could get.

      If you had fame and promoted Jo Jo Rabbit about Nazis killing Jews while your cult is killing Jews and you don’t even acknowledge it, people would think you were a cunt.

      • If the doc glorified Phoolan or whitewashed her crimes, that would show Kristin’s naive support. But if it was reasonably objective and factual, then there is no problem. Any one see the doc?

        • I doubt anyone commenting on here has seen it. According to IMDB, it is in post-production. Frank seems to be jumping to conclusions about what the film contains or concludes, but since it compares Phoolan to the murdering gangster Al Capone, my assumption would be she won’t be portrayed as merely an innocent victim

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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, many others in all five continents.

His work helping 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 featured prominently on HBO’s documentary “The Vow” and acted as lead investigator and coordinating producer for Investigation Discovery’s “The Lost Women of NXIVM.”

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