He Was In One Of The Best Movies Of All Time, What He Was Just Arrested For Will Make Your Skin Crawl…
“Dances With Wolves” is one of my favorite movies. It’s one of my favorites, so when I saw this article in The New York Post, I was both disappointed and disgusted. The actor who played “Smiles A Lot,” the young, likable kid in the film, was arrested in Las Vegas for running a child sex cult. Those poor kids, they’re disgusting… And, on a less important note, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to enjoy that movie the same way again now that I know this.
But that’s the least of our concerns; this story is extremely disturbing, and it appears that this man has been a menace and a danger for quite some time.
The New York Post reported:
A former actor accused of running a sex cult was arrested by Las Vegas police Tuesday for allegedly sexually assaulting Indigenous girls as young as 13 for roughly two decades, police records show.
“Dances With Wolves” actor Nathan Chasing Horse, 46, was taken into police custody after SWAT officers raided his north Vegas home, where he reportedly lives with his five wives.
Chasing Horse, whose full name is Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse, is the apparent leader of a cult called “The Circle” and has been charged with sex trafficking, sexual assault of a child younger than 16, and child abuse, according to the arrest warrant.
The former actor, known for his role as the young Sioux tribe member Smiles a Lot in the 1990 Kevin Costner film, was arrested after a months-long investigation spurred by a tip police received in October 2022.
Chasing Horse has allegedly abused at least six victims, investigators found, according to a 50-page search warrant obtained by the Associated Press.
The sexual abuse accusations against the accused cult leader date back to the early 2000s and span multiple states, including Montana, his home state of South Dakota, and Nevada — where he has lived for the past 10 years.
Chasing Horse — a member of the Sicangu Sioux tribe of the Lakota nation — attracted followers across tribes in the US and Canada who believed he was a “Medicine Man” and “Holy Person” who could communicate with higher beings and perform healing ceremonies, according to the warrant.
According to documents, he allegedly used “spiritual traditions” beliefs to repeatedly sexually molest young girls.
Apparently, followers of this cult would “offer” their daughters as wives to Chasing Horse.
According to the report, one of these girls was only 15 years old when her parents gave her to this monster as a gift.
The warrant also claims that Chasing Horse was expelled from Montana’s “Fort Peck Reservation” in 2015 due to allegations of human trafficking.
This man is a ghoulish monster, and his parents should be arrested as well.