The actress from Smallville, Allison Mack, arrested last week for her connection to a sex cult, had apparently tried to recruit Emma Watson in her “women’s movement” – as she called it. Watch out Hermione!!!
Mack sent Tweets to an account (which she thought was) Emma Watson’s and also sent messages to Kelly Clarkson, on “an incredible movement of women” which she thought she might be interested in, reports Business Insider.
“I am a fellow actress like you, involved in an incredible movement of women which I think you should enter,” wrote Mack to Watson in January 2016.
“I’d love to talk if you want.”
Allison Mack would again write to her the following month:
“I participate in a women’s movement & development and I would love to talk to you about that” – she wrote.
WTF? Was she really so desperate that she did not verify that this was not the Twitter account of Emma Watson?
The actress from Smallville also sent messages to the singer of “Since U Been Gone”, Kelly Clarkson on “talk”.
“I heard that you’re a fan of “Smallville”. I’m your fan too!” wrote Mack Clarkson. “I would like to talk some time.”
Allison Mack pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking and forced labor last Friday. She was arrested for being the one that recruited women for the secret society NXIVM, which turned out to be a sex cult that had women as sex slaves. She was one of the “masters” who arranged for the women to have relations with the leader.
Geez! I doubt that Emma Watson would fall into those things, and less Kelly Clarkson. The sad thing is that there are women who were tempted and got caught up, and couldn’t get out. You know, when someone speaks of secret societies… RUN! And more if they look like this girl. Crazy… RUN!!
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