SMALLVILLE ACTRESS ALLISON MACK PLEADS GUILTY IN SEX TRAFFICKING CASE

Brooklyn, NY

 

 

 

“Smallville” actress Allison Mack entered a Brooklyn courtroom on Monday and pled guilty to multiple charges related to an alleged sex cult/sex trafficking case. Mack pled to multiple charges including forced labor, sex trafficking, and sex trafficking conspiracy.

 

 

 

CNN (@cnn) reported, Mack, 36, was allegedly the co-creator of a program within Nxivm, which was targeted toward luring actors and actresses. Nxivm is a group that claimed to be a self-help program, but prosecutors charge that Nxivm was actually a pyramid scheme in which some recruits were exploited for sexual favors and/or their labor. Mack admitted being a recruiter for the organization. In court papers, multiple women claimed they were blackmailed into doing the organizations work because they had compromising information on them. According to court papers: “Until women recruited others, they were called slaves. Those who successfully recruited were called masters.” Nxivm’s founder, Keith Raniere, who went by the name “Vanguard”, was reportedly the only male member of the group. Raniere has pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking and forced labor.

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ACTRESS ALLISON MACK FROM THE SHOW “SMALLVILLE” ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH SEX CULT

BROOKLYN, NY

 

 

 

Actress, Allison Mack, widely known for her role as Chloe Sullivan on the WB/CW series Smallville, was arrested and charged in Federal Court on Friday for her role in what prosecutors called a sex cult. Mack’s charges include sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and forced labor conspiracy, according to a statement released by the Justice Department.

 

 

 

CNN (@cnn) reports, Mack’s arrest is related to her alleged involvement with an organization called Nxivm, a group that claimed to be a self-help program, but prosecutors allege in reality, the program was a pyramid scheme in which recruits were exploited “both sexually and for their labor, to the defendants benefit,” US Attorney Richard P. Donoghue said.

 

 

 

Nxivm’s founder, Keith Raiere, known in the group as “Vanguard”, was also indicted along with Mack on Friday.

 

 

 

“As alleged in the indictment, Allison Mack recruited women to join what was purported to be a female mentorship group that was, in fact, created and led by Keith Raniere,” Donoghue stated.

 

 

 

Mack entered a not guilty plea and was reprimanded to jail until her arraignment and bail hearing on Monday. Raniere is also being held in a federal jail. His arraignment date has yet to be determined. He is currently being held without bail.