By the author
NoAthan Chasing Horse, the Native American actor of the hit movie “Dances with Wolves,” was arrested in Las Vegas on Tuesday, January 31. The actor, who has been accused of abusing young tribal girls for almost two decades, will also be a sect leader. Police raided his house, which he shares with five wives.
Known for his role in Kevin Costner’s Oscar-winning film Chasing Horse, he used his fame to establish himself as a healer who conducted spiritual rituals and gatherings among tribes across the United States and Canada. .
Police had been investigating the actor for months, particularly for his role as the leader of a cult called “The Circle.”
According to the warrant, Las Vegas police have identified at least six victims and uncovered sexual allegations against Chasing Horse in several states, including Montana, South Dakota and Nevada, in the early 2000s.
“Nathan has used Chasing Horse spiritual traditions and their belief system as a tool to sexually harass young women on multiple occasions,” UK media outlet The Independent said, citing the warrant’s contents. The store makes it clear that his followers could communicate with higher beings and called him “medicine man” or “holy person”.