TV star Allison Mack pleaded guilty on Monday to charges concerning her involvement with a “sex slave cult” known as NXIVM. Mack, an alleged victim-turned-victimizer of the cult, pleaded guilty to manipulating women into becoming sex slaves for leader Keith Raniere.
Allison Mack just left federal court in Brooklyn. She entered a plea to racketeering charges in connection to an alleged sex cult called NXIVM. She’s accused of recruiting sex slaves for its spiritual leader, Keith Raniere. pic.twitter.com/hI5xR387xf
— Kevin Rincon (@KevRincon) April 8, 2019
“I believed Keith Raniere’s intentions were to help people … and I was wrong,” Mack told a judge at a federal court in Brooklyn, according to the Associated Press. . .
Mack claimed Raniere had her obtain “compromising information and images” of two women, who have not been named, and threaten them with leaking the sensitive information if they did not perform “acts of love” with Raniere.
“Court papers allege NXIVM formed a secret society of women who were branded with Raniere’s initials and forced to have sex with him. Defense attorneys have insisted any relationship between Raniere and the alleged victims, including an unidentified actress and other women expected to testify against him at trial, was consensual,” the AP report said.
As reported by The Daily Wire last April, Mack was rumored to be one of the cult’s top recruiters. Past tweets from the actress, directed at high-profile Hollywood figures like actress Emma Watson and singer Kelly Clarkson, seemingly reveal some of her recruitment tactics. (Read more from “‘Smallville’ Actress Pleads Guilty to Charges in ‘Sex Slave Cult’ Case” HERE)