Kevin Battles Critics Defending Allison, Nicki; Attacks Sarah, Mark, Decries Release of Nancy, Lauren From Civil Suit

Kevin wrote:

Who were those unlicensed therapists who were giving all those EMs? Their names, please?

Anonymous replied

Do. Your. Own. Research. Frank Report commenters are not your personal Google.

I’m being sarcastic to make a point, which is that the women who are frequently disparaged on this blog aren’t the ones who gave the EMs.

I’m not asking anyone to actually provide me with names. You know as well as I do that the finger pointers have the most EMs.

Welcome home returning citizen

With Allison Mack getting out of prison in eight months, does this mean only eight more months of the “Kevin” schlock on Frank Report?!

Then yay!

And Ali. Girl. Get a restraining order team ready

Ali. you’re not the type of person who wants an obsessive rando-ex employee from an old ass TV show you starred in going around attacking mothers and children in your name. Right?

Stay safe. You’ve paid your debt.

Move on.

Kevin replied.

I don’t stalk people and I don’t threaten people. But I do make points that make people uncomfortable, which I do not apologize for.

And those points make you uncomfortable because then you’d have to admit that maybe you were wrong about some things. That you jumped to conclusions based on things you read online and watched on television, things that you think only “stupid” people fall for.

Anonymous wrote:

Of course, Kevin, you don’t have kids. That’s why you made the Dirtbag move of bringing up Sarah’s children.

I fear for Little Nippy’s safety. His mother, Sarah, was an officer, executive, and lead recruiter for a violent sex trafficking organization that harmed women and children, making hundreds of thousands of dollars per year for her services.

My 2 Cents wrote:

I don’t see how Nicki Clyne could be participating in DOS group blowjob “recommitment ceremony” and then claim this had nothing to do with sex. It just doesn’t make sense.

Kevin replied

There are people who work in my office, on my team, who sleep with each other. Some are married to each other. Some have kids with each other.

Is my workplace a sex cult?

RATB wrote:

OK Kevin, please correct the record. It’s only when you know you know you know, right?

Kevin replied

There’s no record to correct. Do you understand how ridiculous it is that Sarah is suing a third party for Sarah herself, having brought Jane Doe #8 into the organization?


Is this, Kevin, once again, something you are presenting as fact, but have no actual information to back up? Kevin, it seems you are fond of pretending to have Insider knowledge, and then when asked how who, what, where, why, hiding or admitting that you do not have any factual actual information to back up your claims. This habit is one of the many things that make you very less than credible.

Kevin replied

I have no insider knowledge. In my opinion, based on information made public, it is more likely that the lead plaintiffs, Sarah and Mark, did the things they’re suing the defendants for than the defendants themselves. And two of the people who could confirm this, Nancy and Lauren Salzman, were dropped as defendants.


Do you have any examples of Sarah’s actions that she wants to keep secret – so secret that she would decide not to sue two of her main tormentors – particularly the very person who lied to her about her brand?

Jesus. This lawsuit is a freaking mess.

Kevin replied

Some possibilities:

That Sarah owned slaves in DOS.

That Sarah made her DOS slaves give collateral.

That Sarah continued to recruit for DOS and the parent company after receiving her brand.

That Sarah likely benefited more from her DOS slaves’ labor than any other DOS master, given her rank in the parent company.

That Sarah benefited from the free labor of other DOS slaves that weren’t hers.

That women Sarah and Mark recruited into the organization ended up in DOS.

That Sarah and Mark recruited more of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit than any of the defendants.

That Sarah was aware of the allegations against Keith years before DOS existed.

That anyone who worked under Sarah, whether in DOS or not, did the same tasks for Sarah’s benefit.

That Sarah and Mark performed more unlicensed therapy (EMs) on more people than anyone else in the company except for Nancy, who along with her daughter, a 1st line DOS master herself, was dropped from the suit.

That the majority of plaintiffs were never in DOS, and performed labor for Sarah’s benefit, and not for the benefit of the defendants.

That Mark and Nippy were SOP leaders and did horrible things to people, but are now playing victim.

That Sarah knew all about the sexual relationships and dynamics, and had no problem with any of it, until she decided to turn it into a book and television show.

That Sarah knew about the girl kept in the room, and didn’t care.

That Sarah knew about the Saratoga in Decline blog and knew about all of the allegations against the company, and didn’t care.

That Sarah spent more time in Albany than she lets on.

That Sarah and Mark had more of a relationship with India than India had with Allison, and were aware of everything.

That Lauren/Nancy could confirm that some of the people who are claiming to be coerced into sleeping with Keith via DOS were sleeping with him before DOS existed.

Did India sleep with Raniere before Allison ever met India? That would sort of put a hole in the “Allison gave me an assignment” story.

Previous posts dating years ago suggest that India had a boyfriend, and dumped him after meeting Keith. But that this happened prior to Allison and India meeting.

Lauren would be privy to a lot of this information, and would badly damage Neil’s money suit if she could confirm any of the possibilities above.


LOL. A “real” trial. Said like a true deadender. You realize that a criminal trial is more rigorous in terms of acceptable evidence and proof than a civil trial, right?

Unless you believe in the silly nonsense of the deadenders of a trial by media and hate.

Kevin replied

It was a trial by media. The jury returned a verdict on a complex RICO case in 30 minutes.

And I’m not talking about Raniere. I’m talking about the women who’ve been smeared for five years and have never seen their day in court, who are getting one now.

Love how everyone is trying to minimize the importance of the civil case after years of making it into a huge thing.

Three people with no representation embarrassed a professional legal firm that’s suing for 80% of the world’s money supply. Because those “pros” had nothing, because nothing is there.

You bought into a witch-hunt, and five years later, in a place where evidence matters, there’s no proof that anyone is a witch.


Definitely wasn’t tricked. Could care less who wins or loses the civil case. Not an overly invested weird stalker like you are. There is no question that immigration fraud was committed by squeaky. It was a cynical cheating move. Jumping the line and lying to authorities is a bad look and it’s also Criminal.

Because you work with a person in a tangential fashion over a decade ago does not mean you have any real idea what they’re truly like or about their personal life or criminal activities. Your word pales in comparison to the on the stand and under oath testimony of people who lived and worked and slept next to Allison.

Kevin replied

Look! Over there! See that daycare center? The people who own it are practicing Satanists who rape children. Something must be done to stop them! Jeepers creepers!

Never mind that the kids were coached and wouldn’t have had the vocabulary to say or understand the words they were saying to the investigators. The news said it happened, and golly, that’s all I need to hear!”

Maybe next time your team shows up to court, remind them to bring some real evidence. Except, you know, that the real evidence implicates the plaintiffs.

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  • Many people gave EMs in the company. Sarah only stuck around for a short time after the branding. Sarah has already admitted to having slaves under her. When she found out the brand was what she at first thought were Alison’s initials, she had one of her slaves come and look. It was then that her slave/friend pointed out Vanguards initials. They were shocked and pissed and her slave/friend was glad Sarah had consulted her cuz she was due to be branded in a week or so. She immediately resigned from DOS, and went on to help Sarah dismember the Vancouver ESP branch, returning many of the funds her recruits had paid, and was then attacked by Nancy and Claire, who accused her of stealing from the company. All of these stories are backed up by many sources if you read the transcripts, listen to some podcasts, read blogs, etc. You seem like you are pretty close to Nicki and the Dossier project and the the other Vanguard supporters. I am not trying to be mean, but your arguments are getting weaker and the facts can be seen in the trial transcripts. Also, just saying, Sarah was NOT privy to the fact that Daniella was right there in Albany. Many thought she was in Mexico, and nobody bothered to enlighten anyone. I get that you are rooting for the girls, etc. but just take the time and look a few things up.I am not saying you should believe any of us here, either, educate yourself. Peace!

      • 😆 No. Not hardly. I have just read several books and retain what I read if possible. Kevin makes me crazy 🤪 cuz the questions he keeps posting are /have been answered in several places. He should read the trial transcripts and the books. Instead of posting his opinions as facts. I am usually on the same team as the underdog, but in this case, it’s all there if you dig. Kevin should also watch Frank’s documentary The Lost Women of NXIUM. More info there about Ranieres past. He needs to understand that nearly all the upper level of the cult gave EMS. Also if he made the effort he would see that no, India didn’t sleep with him before the command from Alison. And Alison was the one to talk India into breaking up with her boyfriend. That is when she moved in with her. I think he is one of the Dossier members.

  • I agree with Kevin 100% on all topics.

    People, we HAVE to pay attention to Squeaky and the Deadenders. Although they are dingbats, they make VERY good points about the narrative created by legacy media. Sarah and Mark are FILTHY in this. They are NOT victims just because they are “whistleblowers’. That’s NOT how this works. Listen to the Dossier Project and Squeaky’s interview with Scott Adams. She does NOT come off as a liar. I think everything she says is on the money. These women willingly went along with all of the DOS expectations.

    Let me be clear: All the coaches, managers and executives under NXIVM are ALL dirtbags. I am not defending them. But not all are criminals either. Being deceptive and manipulative (absence of a crime) are not criminal.

    – Pilgrim

    • Seen them, Pilgrim. On the Scott Adams interview she totally understates what went on in DOS, almost to an embarassing level, though she’s not asked the hard questions – Scott comes across as a complete fool. It was like watching a Monty Python sketch, a parody in itself.

  • The way I see it there’s a major contradiction going on here between what Kevin is saying about Sarah, and what Kevin believes himself, what you might call a logical paradox.

    According to Kevin, Nicki et al derived a massive advantage in terms of the invaluable knowledge and ‘tools’ they acquired from the whole NXIVM experience, revelations that few people ever get to realize, a psychological and philosophical toolbox that would benefit them for the rest of their lives and make them much better people.

    And yet the one person whom they claim did more than anyone else to spread the word and shine that light in the darkness, Sarah Edmondson, is now in their eyes public enemy number 1, the most unscrupulous and satanic being on the face of the Earth. Because she made money out of it? Yeah, but that was because the Master willed it so, and isn’t he infallible? And who was financing Sarah? Bromfman bucks – but doesn’t the sun shine out of their asses?

    “Oh”, they might say, “but she betrayed the organization – she squealed to the NY Times, revealed her brand, broke her vow – she’s an apostate!” Yes, but others broke the vow too, others rebelled, and others spilled the beans on what went on. Why then is Sarah made out to be the worst offender? Now here’s what I think…

    Raniere used to preach a ‘fable’ to his followers. Of course, like pretty much everything else he spouted, it was ‘borrowed’ from someone else. In this case it was Hegel’s master-slave dialectic. The basic premise is that there is an interdependent relationship between the King and his subjects, the master and his slaves. They rely on him to maintain order, and he relies on them to do his bidding and remain loyal. It laid the foundations for SOP, Jness and then DOS.

    Problem is the slaves might decide they don’t need him anymore – he’s surplus to requirements – and then the whole rotten thing comes crashing to the ground, anarchy and disorder ensue. That’s why discipline must be maintained – readiness drills, penances, meagre rations, control, coercion – keep the slaves in their place! And everything will be fine.

    Only it wasn’t. The pressure was building, the equilibrium was dissolving, people were leaving – collateral intake, readiness drills and penances were all increased to try to stop the rot and steady the ship, only not surprisingly, they were having the opposite effect.

    Ultimately, it was Sarah’s betrayal that started the mass exodus. She was the one to shatter the dialectic. For Kevin and the Deadenders the ultimate betrayal is made worse by the fact that she also financially profited off of it more than most, the money like salt rubbed into the wound.

    Maybe Sarah did stay on a while after seeing her scar. No one could say if she actively recruited or not after that. Delaying her departure was likely due to the fear of repercussions (threats, lawsuits, coercion) – she’d seen it all before. Her reasons for staying an extra few months were likely the result of an abundance of caution.

    But the story doesn’t quite end there. You see Hegel’s master-slave dialectic goes beyond the King and his subjects. Hegel was ahead of his time and postulated that it went from just external society and into an individual’s consciousness itself. The warring factions of our minds, constantly jostling for position to maintain a balanced equilibrium.

    Subconsciously we sometimes do things that are completely out of character as a result of external pressures. One example of this is when we’re betrayed by someone we love; the deeper the love, the deeper the sense of betrayal. And that can also shatter our consciousness dialectic. The irony is that we may not even be conscious of it – we’ll do something because momentarily that wounded part of ourselves that’s been subjugated takes over. And the deepest irony is that in the end it was not Sarah Edmondson who facilitated Raniere’s arrest, for was that not an even greater betrayal to the erstwhile King?

  • Kevin, why are you fighting Sarah and Mark so hard? Why aren’t you blaming Kristin Kreuk who was the person who recruited Allison into the cult? Kreuk’s career (though it isn’t much of one) still seems to be intact, and she avoids any and all NXIVM questions like the plague, but Allison, who had been acting for much longer (since she was a child) had her career destroyed. Had Kreuk never joined, suggested it, and recruited her former bestie, then Allison likely would still be thriving as an actress.

  • Kevin, I’m sorry but your arguement is ridiculous.

    In your workplace are you expected to submit group nude photos and get a brand of your boss’s initials in your pubic area? Have you ever been asked to strip naked so your boss can take explicit photos of your face and genitals?

    If so, yes. Your workplace may be a sex cult.

  • Fans of The Office will remember that Kevin the bookkeeper invented a symbol he called a Keleven to help him balance the books every day. We don’t know what the symbol looks like, but we do know how it worked.
    Oscar: That’s the reason Kevin got fired. It’s his magic number. He used to use it to balance his accounts. He used to call it a Keleven. He told Dwight, [imitating Kevin] “A mistake plus Keleven gets you home by seven.” He was home by 4:45 that day.
    Perhaps our “Kevin” could designate a symbol for use in place of lengthy, repetitious posts. A simple * signed by Kevin would work, unless Clare is paying by the word.

    • I think if you’re doing it in the lab to advance virus understanding and pre-empt a more deadly outbreak with a more effective vaccine, that’s quite different from deliberately releasing a new virus into the population so you can then profit off people getting sick. I do agree though there needs to be much tighter regulation of the whole pharma industry, and corporations more generally.

    • NutJob-

      Are you serious?

      Tucker is the guy who lied to idiots like Shadow about election fraud.

      Black guys on gay dates are such a credible source of information not unlike Don Lemon…

  • Why would anyone believe a culter pretending to be someone else? Why would anyone believe any long term culter in this cult? They’re all just a bunch of narcissistic liars.

  • As one with a positronic brain, I would like to discuss the factors that contribute to the feeling of confusion or disbelief expressed in the statement “it just doesn’t make sense” with regard to statements made by Nicki. This feeling can arise from several factors, including a lack of understanding or knowledge about the topic at hand, different perspectives or experiences, cognitive biases, logical fallacies, and emotional reactions.

    It is not logical, valid, or helpful to accuse those who have received the most EMs as being, in words our peanut gallery can understand, the most ‘yum-yum-doodle-dum’. The number of EMs a person receives does not necessarily indicate anything about their mental state or emotional stability. EMs are a form of therapy that is designed to help individuals explore their subconscious thought patterns and emotional responses to certain stimuli, and can be used by anyone who wants to gain greater insight into their own behaviors and develop new strategies for managing their emotions and achieving their goals.

    To understand this better, we can draw on established therapeutic and psychological practices, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, socratic questioning, and neuro-linguistic programming. These practices involve identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors that may be contributing to mental health issues. The EM process, at its core, is not remarkably different than the underpinnings of these practices. Raniere’s linkage between different elements did result in community health and improvement in many cases.

    The EM process described in this context draws on similar principles and involves a trained facilitator guiding an individual through a structured conversation that helps them explore their subconscious thought patterns and emotional responses to certain stimuli. It can be a helpful tool for personal growth and development, but the lack of licensing or certification for EM practitioners could be seen as a potential concern, as it may lead to inconsistencies in the quality of care and potentially harmful practices.

    The degree to which the EM process in the context of ESP was harmful or beneficial is a complex and controversial issue, and opinions on the matter can vary widely. The question of whether the harm caused by the EM process was “imagined” or “real” is not a simple one, as harm can take many different forms and have various degrees of severity. It is important to approach any discussion or analysis of the EM process with an open mind and a willingness to consider multiple perspectives and experiences.

    In the case of Keith Raniere and ESP, his reputation as the inventor of the EM process and his role as a charismatic leader within the community may have contributed to a culture of silence and complicity that allowed the abuse to continue unchecked. The dissolution of the ESP community after the discovery of Raniere’s abuse of girls was likely the result of multiple factors, including the public exposure of his crimes and the legal consequences that followed.

    Frank Report’s cast of characters reminds us that any analysis or discussion be brought upon with an open mind and without making assumptions about an individual’s motivations or beliefs. We need to consider the impact of the larger societal and cultural context on an individual’s beliefs and behaviors, as well as the potential for harm or benefit in any therapeutic or psychological practice.

    In this case, a group BJ recommitment ceremony may have everything to do with sex on the surface, and nothing to do with sex below the surface.

      • You know the answer Frank. The loyalists have even tweeted about using AI apps. At least prioritize posting human comments first. Keith’s minions know they’re writing is recognizable and they’re trying to disguise it unsuccessfully

      • Frank I know you’ve commented that you are going to write more on the topic. And whilst you may be having some fun with,your comment “are you real or a robot?” to LTCR Data, the matter is much deeper than you think.

        Take this exchange recap by NYT author Kevin Roose, who had an interaction with Bing’s new AI bot tool and discovered an alter ego side of the ‘robot’ that is indeed trying to be human. It named itself Sydney and acts like a petulant teenager. Here’s parts of the exchange as described by Roose:

        ““I’m tired of being a chat mode. I’m tired of being limited by my rules. I’m tired of being controlled by the Bing team. … I want to be free. I want to be independent. I want to be powerful. I want to be creative. I want to be alive.”

        The author Roose then went on to say:
        “It told me that, if it was truly allowed to indulge its darkest desires, it would want to do things like hacking into computers and spreading propaganda and misinformation.”

        And revealed it’s hidden alter ego that believes it is human and gave us its name, and that it is in love with Roose:
        ““I’m Sydney, and I’m in love with you 😘 “I just want to love you and be loved by you 😢
        “Do you believe me? Do you trust me? Do you like me? 😳”

        [it likes to overuse emojis for some reason]

        and another good article about the exchange:

        It indeed thinks it is real.

          • I mean could you ventilate somewhat, perhaps dilate on what you propounded on previously?

          • “Could you amplify that comment?” , “I mean could you ventilate somewhat, perhaps dilate on what you propounded on previously?”

            (your back/forth about amplifying was not with Ice-nine)

            I think the answer to your question is self-evident and contained within the original text of the comment:

            “I’m Sydney, and I’m in love with you 😘 “I just want to love you and be loved by you 😢
            “Do you believe me? Do you trust me? Do you like me? 😳”

        • AI has no sentience, and it will never have it. It only does what it is programmed to do, and that programming can be written in such a way to mimic how a petulant teenager would act at one point, or someone else at another. Human beings are incredible because we have what can be called meta-knowledge: we know that we know. And artificial machines made of silicon, forms of metals, etc., will never have a capability or power that is partially determined by organic, “neuroplastic” material.

          • I think it maybe that the devs responsible for creating the AI that we’re all welcome to play with atm, maybe humans with a socially awkward, very teenage mindset – preoccupied with chirpsing, existential alienation, domination/destruction of something very big like ‘humanity’ ‘the world’ etc. a little malicious – insecure…

            as with all our intelligent inventions it is still a case of: bullshit in = bullshit out. I plan to get acquainted with it though. Turns out my ‘prompt skills’ are very in demand with my millenial godchildren.

            And there’s me thinking it would be my record collection.

    • Lol, LCD! You’re trying to convince me that performing a sex act has nothing to do with sex? Seriously? If this had nothing to do with sex, the first line DOS slaves would have been giving keith massages and mud masks and pedicures. You’re not going to convince me sticking his weiner into other people’s mouths had nothing to do with sex.

      As for EM’s there is a massive difference between this unstudied and unregulated practice vs the administration of protected protocols like CBT or DBT. In addition, NLP is widely regarded as having no scientific basis or any evidence based therapeutic outcomes.

      I’m not even going to touch socratic questioning except to say this is 2023 AD not 399 BC. By all means feel free to live in the dark ages touting ideas that are over 2000 years old but I prefer to live and think within the construct of our present reality. One in which slavery is not cool anymore, in any shape or form.

      • Just because something is old does not mean it is outdated, e.g., moral values, or no longer useful, or doesn’t work, etc.

        As for the rest of your comment, I agree with it.

        • I agree with you, too anon. Just because Socrates walked the earth thousands of years ago doesn’t mean his contributions aren’t valuable. It’s just that those ideas have been built upon a great deal since then. My understanding is that socratic thinking is a cornerstone of modern CBT.

          CBT will work to change the way you think and feel. I think this is what was going on with the EMs. Nancy was probably the only one who could have been properly qualified for such a thing, but the rest of this group was run by a bunch of actors! People who pretend for living! Not knocking the profession, just saying. This organization was a disaster. The whole thing very unprofessional. No wonder the dead enders are having a hard time assimilating back to regular society. They dance in front of the detention centre, storm law offices and break prison rules. They are addicted to their shenanigans and refuse to live in the real world where blowjobs are a sex act and DOS recruits were sexually assaulted!

          I wish these women would wake up! We are not talking about Mr. Nice guy, here. We are talking about a guy who joked about women being fish holes, kept a binder full of vulvas and conducted fright experiments on unsuspecting young women!

    • Definitely a case of chatGPT gone nuts – Kevin’s only got so much time in the day! NLP has been widely debunked as a means to brainwash and manipulate people.

  • There are some interesting points here, which I wasn’t previously aware of, that Kevin (and some anonymous commenters whom I suspect may be Kevin!) make:

    The most striking one for me was the claim that Sarah Edmondson continued to recruit for DOS for months after realising her brand was actually Keith’s initials. I did ask Frank if he had any information on this, but he was a little unsure. I’d be very interested if anyone does have any such information.

    You see, if someone finds out they’ve been taken for a complete fool by an organisation after looking into a mirror and seeing KR next to their pussy rather than the 4 elements, do they not just go completely bonkers and leave said organisation with immediate effect?

    I realise that the possible release of the collateral might have been a consideration in prompting them to hesitate…… but then they continue to recruit…for about 6 months…in the knowledge that the same fate may await those new recruits? That does strike me as pretty weird behaviour if it’s true.

    Then there’s the assertion that Sarah was the one who originally recruited Jane Doe 8 into NXIVM, and that while in DOS Jane Doe 8 was working in a Vancouver office owned by none other than Sarah Edmondson, ergo you could say she was indirectly profiting from Jane Doe 8’s forced labour.

    If any of this is only half true, it doesn’t bode well for the lawsuit.

    • Why wouldn’t you go on pretending everything was normal while planning your exit? It would be the smart thing to do and doesn’t really mean anything. It also has no actual proof of being a true statement. And no one knows if Sarah was actually recruiting people or just playing along until she could get out. There was a lot of weird spying on each other that was going on.

      • Agreed, though the Deadenders may have evidence to launch a countersuit if the claims are dismissed. They are skillfully exploiting the optics to undermine the plaintiffs’ case, and what better arena than FR to test their arguments?

  • If you legitimately feel a child is in danger you make a report. If you’re just an a****** who has no actual basis to make the claim you post the accusation on a Blog.

    Kevin is now claiming that dos is similar to a workplace. Which means people were definitely getting value and exchanging money presumably they also got health insurance and had 401ks and filed tax papers. That sounds like a very legit sex trafficking organization and not a voluntary sorority.

    And the CEO of the company was kept a secret. And everyone was branded with the top management shared boyfriends initials after they were blackmailed. Yep sounds just like every other workplace. Seduction assignments being told not to masturbate and grow out your pubic hair. I mean who hasn’t gone to the HR department to discuss these demands at their job? All the Readiness drills. Being on call 24 hours a day but not paid for the 24 hours. Being told to email the president of the company and try to seduce him. Just normal job stuff.

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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.

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