Allison Mack received an early prison sentence for her role in the NXIVM sex cult

Allison Mack officially released from prison. Grayling The Hollywood Reporter, the former “Smallville” star was released from prison earlier this week (July 3). He was paroled after serving two years of a three-year sentence for extortion and conspiracy to commit extortion in the NXIVM sex-trafficking case.

Allison Mack received an early prison sentence

He was reportedly released from the Federal Penitentiary in Dublin, California on July 3. He began his three-year sentence in September 2021, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons database.

Mack previously pleaded guilty to the charges back in 2021. He was sentenced to 14 to 17 1/2 years in prison, followed by three years in prison for his role in recruiting women to NXIVM. Keith Raniere sought out and abused a leading woman in the sex cult. Mack was also fined $20,000 and ordered to perform 1,000 hours of community service.

Allison Mack

Before Mack’s sentencing two years ago, Raniere had been sentenced to 120 years in prison for sex trafficking and other crimes. The crimes of NXIVM and leader Keith Raniere were later documented in the HBO true crime documentary “The Vow,” which debuted in August 2020. A sequel to “The Vow” later aired in 2022.

Mack was arrested in April 2018 after federal authorities raided NXIVM’s headquarters in Albany, New York in March 2018. In a letter submitted to the court before his sentencing, Mack wrote “to those who have been harmed by my actions.” He said he threw himself into Raniere’s teachings with “everything I had.”

Mack also expressed his regret and apology in his letter. It read: “Right now it is extremely important for me to say from the bottom of my heart: I am very sorry. It was the biggest mistake and regret of my life.”

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Mack is best known for her role as Chloe Sullivan in the 2001 to 2011 Superman series “Smallville.” Chloe Sullivan was the friend and love interest of Tom Welling’s Clark Kent, the future Superman, throughout the series. He was the main character of the entire series and appeared in more than 200 episodes. Aside from Welling, as Clark Kent, Mack appeared in more attacks and received more screen time than any other character in the series. He later directed two episodes of the series, one in season 8 and another later in season 9.

She appeared in multiple episodes of the hit FX series ‘Wilfred’ and voiced Power Girl in the animated film ‘Superman/Batman: Public Enemies’.

comment Hollywood life In May 2019, former NXVIM publicist Frank Perlato said that “a spell has been broken for Allison” and that she is “no longer under” Raniere’s “control”. Additionally, Sarah Edmondson, another former NXIVM cult member and whistleblower, said Hollywood life In October 2019, he believed that Mack had been set up so that the cult would take the fall. Edmondson also expressed that he used Mack’s initials in a branding ritual to try to destroy him. Edmondson wrote about his experiences in his tell-all memoir, Scarred.

As previously reported by The Blast, Mack will be supervised for another three years after his release.

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