She then presides over a small group of slaves, who in turn must recruit their own set of slaves or else face corporeal punishment.On her personal website, Mack says Raniere has been her mentor for many years.
Mack is perhaps best known for playing Clark Kent's friend Chloe Sullivan on the long-running TV series Smallville (still from the show, center).
NXIVM, founded by Keith Raniere (bottom left) brands itself as a self-help group, but former members have said it's really a cult.
Some Twitter users expressed their delight while others expressed their disdain for the gags.
Ahead of Paisley and Underwood's debut, they said they were going to be 'equal opportunity offenders' when it came to making jabs at political figures.
Daisy Joy Decker (left) of Sugar Land, Texas, faces nine felony charges, including second-degree manslaughter, intoxication manslaughter, and intoxication assault with a vehicle. and Chinese national anthems as a ceremonial cannon fired shots in Tiananmen Square.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and wife Madame Peng Liyuan rolled out the red carpet for Donald and Melania Trump on Thursday morning in an official welcome ceremony at Beijing's Great Hall of the People. The murder of Clutter family members (main, from left) Kenyon, 15, Nancy, 16, and their parents, Bonnie Rae (seated) and Herbert (seated), in their Kansas farmhouse in November 1959 shocked America and shattered the sense of security in small towns across the nation.
The teens, aged 15 to 17, even threw a recliner off the Busch Road overpass onto I-75 near the 140-mile marker, Michigan, as part of 'a long-running game.' The teens, Kyle Anger, 17, (top right), Mark Sekelsky, 16, (top left) Alexander Miller, 15, (bottom left), Trevor Gray, 15, (bottom right) and Mikaydyn Payne, 16, (center right), have all been charged as adults with second degree murder.
Each teen could face up to life in jail for allegedly throwing a six pound rock which smashed through a motorist's windscreen on October 18, killing dad-of-four Ken White, 32 (seen top).
The murders and the killers, Perry Smith (top right) and Dick Hickock (bottom right), were further immortalized by Truman Capote's (inset) book In Cold Blood, which sparked the true crime genre.