“Smallville” actor Allison Mack has been released from prison for her role in the alleged sex cult NXIVM

Television actor Allison Mack, who pleaded guilty for her role in a sex-trafficking case involving the cult-like group NXIVM, has been released from a California prison, according to a government website.

Mack is best known for playing a close friend of a young Superman in “Smallville”. sentenced to three years Behind bars in 2021 after pleading guilty two years ago to NXIVM leader for manipulating women into sex slaves keith raniere,

Online records kept by the Federal Bureau of Prisons said Mack, 40, was released from a federal prison in Dublin, California, near San Francisco, on Monday. His release was first reported by the Albany Times-Union.

Mack avoided a long prison sentence by cooperating with federal authorities in his case against Raniere, who was eventually sentenced to 120 years in prison after pleading guilty to sex-trafficking charges.

In this April 8, 2019 file photo, actor Allison Mack leaves Brooklyn federal court in New York after pleading guilty to fraud charges in a case involving a cult-like group called NXIVM.

AP Photo/Mark Lenihan

The actor was also required to perform 1,000 hours of community service as part of his sentence, CBS New York informed of,

Mack helped prosecutors gather evidence about how Raniere created a secret society consisting of brainwashed women who were branded with his initials and forced to have sex with him.

Mack allegedly recruited women into a secretive small group known as the Dos, or “The Vow”. As a “master” in a group focused on female empowerment and guidance, Mack supervised many “slaves” and was second only to Raniere, the only male in the group.

According to court filings, dos member The branding was required to be filmed nude. Prosecutors also alleged that members were “forced to do labor, take nude photographs and, in some cases, engage in sexual acts with Raniere.”

In addition to Mack, members of the group included an heiress to the Seagram’s wine estate, Claire Bronfman, and daughter of TV star Katherine Oxenberg of “Dynasty” fame.

in his 2021 Punishment In Brooklyn federal court, Mack was remorseful.

She told the judge, “I made choices I will forever regret.” She told the judge that she was filled with “remorse and guilt”.

NXIVM founder Keith Raniere likely to spend life behind bars


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