Daily reached out to Mack's spokesman for comment, but learned 'she is not taking press inquiries at the time'.NXIVM said in a previous statement: 'The allegations relayed in the story are built upon sources, some of which are under criminal investigation or already indicted, who act as a coordinated group.DOS operates as a master-slave hierarchy, with Raniere at the top and Mack as his immediate subordinate.From there, Mack has several slaves of her own who are then ordered to recruit a group of slaves themselves, and it spreads down from there like a pyramid scheme.
On Wednesday, a former spokesman for the group, Frank Parlato, told The Sun that an 'Emmy Award-winning actress' is a 'key recruiter' for DOS.
The group, called DOS, is reportedly a secret society for the highest ranking female members within the self-help group NXIVM.
To outsiders, NXIVM is just a run-of-the-mill self-improvement group, offering classes that teach the answers to living a successful and fulfilling life.
In a widely-circulated interview with Raniere, Mack is actually the woman asking the questions. Before starting NXIVM, Raniere helped run Consumers' Buyline Inc, a company which offered members discounts on groceries and other products.
In the video, she beams at Mack as he espouses his ideas. In the mid-1990s, the company was under investigation as a possible pyramid scheme.
The Frank Report claimed that Mack created DOS with the intention of turning it into a worldwide organization that would be a 'force for good and a female force against evil'.