Smallville’s Allison Mack Pleads Guilty to Racketeering in NXIVM Sex-Slave Cult Case

BROOKLYN, NY — Former Smallville star Allison Mack pleaded guilty for her role in a sex-slave cult that preyed on vulnerable starlets and empty-headed socialites.

Mack copped to racketeering and racketeering conspiracy charges. As part of her guilty plea, Mack admitted to extortion and forced labor.

Mack was arrested in April 2018 and charged for her alleged involvement with an organization called Nxivm (pronounced NEX-ium), a group that claimed to be a self-help program but was, in reality, a pyramid scheme in which some recruits were exploited “both sexually and for their labor, to the defendants’ benefit,” according to U.S. attorney Richard P. Donoghue.

Mack was accused of recruiting women to join what she told them was a female mentorship group when, in fact, it was an organization created and led by Nxivm’s founder, Keith Raniere, also known within the group as Vanguard.

Last year, Mack, best known for her role as Clark Kent’s clever confidant Chloe on CW’s “Smallville,” was indicted on charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy, according to a statement released by the Justice Department. She pleaded not guilty at the time.

Officials said Mack, 36, was the co-creator of a program within NXIVM, which was targeted toward actors.

The deal came hours before her trial on a slew of sex-trafficking charges was about to kick off.

“I must take full responsibility for my conduct. I am very sorry for my role in this case. I am very sorry to my family and to the good people I hurt through my misguided adherence to Keith Raniere’s teachings,” she told the Brooklyn court.

Mack also admitted to being part of the master-slave inner circle and admitted keeping a female sex-slave who “performed services for me”.

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Smallville’s Allison Mack Pleads Guilty to Racketeering in NXIVM Sex-Slave Cult Case

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  1. Where is the outrage? This is so extreme and so mainstream. I am surprised that there is so little reaction , positive or negative, from the general public. More people were concerned about the 50 Shades of Grey books and movies and those were fiction.

    Did she plead to sex trafficking? It bothers me that the government is using sex trafficking laws to interfere with consensual sex work. I would hope they would use the laws in a blatant case like this.

  2. I have not read her plea deal, but it appears that she avoided sex trafficking prosecution by copping to racketeering and admitting “forced labor”. If a copy of the deal is published I will update the post.

  3. Will be interesting to see if she gets any real jail time. If she was black or poor white trash she would go away for 30 years.

  4. She will probably not serve jail time since she’s sorry and plead guilty to lesser charges. She might get home arrest with a ankle bracelet instead. Depends how good her lawyer is.

  5. The sentencing guidelines suggest a four month sentence in a federal prison. She will probably get minimum security so her time won’t be especially difficult for her compared to most state prisons or a prison higher up the food chain (yes, I know the “Club Feds” were closed years ago). I don’t think she is in enough danger to warrant solitary confinement. Dear Ally is going to look cute in her orange jumpsuit, handcuffs, waist chain (which the handcuffs will be connected to) and leg irons, though. The big question is will she fuck her male guards for special privileges (or will she be raped as is common in state prisons). I bet every hot to trot male guard in whatever prison she ends up at is going to want a turn with her.

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