You might be familiar with the entire "MK Girls" genre of conspiracy/pop-culture narratives, in which pretty young women are turned into mind-controlled sex-slaves/assassins by the government/shadow government/Illuminati/Satanists/etc. If not, check out my book review of Brice Taylor's "Thanks For The Memories" and the article "The Problem With Uncle Charlie: The MK Girls Revisited" to get up to speed. It's also a staple topic of the Vigilant Citizen website, which theorizes that everyone from Miley Cyrus to Shia LaBoeuf are "MK Victims" (Shia is, obviously, not a pretty young woman, but he's a batshit former child star and that's also part of the meta-narrative, so, there you go).
The MKUltra theme has now elevated not only to pop-culture recognizability status, but stage 5 fangirling (a.k.a. "box-office and merchandising goldmine") with the character Bucky/Winter Soldier from the movie "Captain America 2." The androgynous-looking (important point) WS is a bonafide hit with the "geek girl" set, and the subject of much obsession, fan-fiction, and etc.