TV actor Allison Mack has been released from a California prison after admitting to a role in a sex trafficking case linked to the cult NXIVM, according to a government website.
Mack is best known for playing young Superman’s best friend in Smallville. sentenced to three years in prison He was indicted in 2021 after pleading guilty two years ago to manipulating women into sex slaves for NXIVM leader Keith Raniere.
Mack, 40, was released Monday from a federal prison in Dublin, Calif., near San Francisco, according to online records maintained by the Federal Prison Service. Her release was first reported by the Albany Times-Union.
Mack avoided a lengthy prison sentence by cooperating with federal authorities in the lawsuit against Raniere. sentenced to 120 years in prison After being convicted of sex trafficking charges.
Mac helped prosecutors present evidence showing how Raniere founded a secret society involving brainwashed women. engraved with his initials And I was forced to have sex with him.
Besides Mack, the group also included Claire Bronfman, Seagram’s heir to the liquor fortune. She is the daughter of TV star Katherine Oxenberg of ‘Dynasty’ fame.
Mack later denied Raniere and expressed “regret and guilt” before sentencing in federal court in Brooklyn, New York.