Mack, 35, was reportedly a direct "slave" of Keith Raniere, the head honcho of a fake multi-level marketing company in upstate New York known as "Nxivm" that basically functioned as his own personal sex trafficking and forced labor cult. Mack was allegedly tasked by Raniere with finding fresh girls to join the cult, which she presented to potential new recruits as a mentorship and support group for women.
After taking the bait, girls who agreed to join were quickly summoned into sex slavery, and were forced to have sex with Raniere whenever he pleased. They were even held down as his initials were burned into their private parts with a cauterizing pen, according to criminal filings, during which Mack allegedly pressed into their chests and told them to "feel the pain" and to "think of [their] master."
Another one of Mack's responsibilities was to cajole the girls into offering up "collateral" about themselves, including things like embarrassing photos and statements that could be used against them as blackmail if they tried to defect from the sex cult. It's a common tactic both in Hollywood and in politics to gather "dirt" on all the recruits in order to keep them from exposing the racket.
According to criminal filings, the sex slaves were forced to abide by extremely restrictive diets, and were prevented from shaving their pubic hair. They were also prohibited from having sex with anyone other than Raniere, who forced them to pose naked for photos, including "close-up pictures of their vaginas."
Other bizarre cult "initiation" activities included having slave masters like Mack force the slaves to participate in so-called "readiness" drills in which they were required to respond to sex requests 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Some of the slaves were beckoned so often that they ended up becoming "seriously sleep-deprived." In at least one case, a slave became so thin from losing sleep that she actually stopped having periods.
"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," said United States Attorney Richard P. Donoghue in a statement.
"The victims were then exploited, both sexually and for their labor, to the defendants' benefit."
Fellow "Smallville" star Kristin Kreuk was reportedly a part of the Nxivm cult as well, and rose to the ranks of the "inner circle" in 2012. She eventually left, however, at least according to an official statement given to the media by the group's former publicist.
With connections all over the world and a phony cover reputation as a "self-help" organization, Nxivm has reportedly drawn in many a Hollywood actress over the years. Gina Melita was reportedly recruited into the organization by Raniere back in 1984, during which time she participated in a four-month relationship with him.
"I was perfect picking – insecure at the time," Melita told the Albany Times Union back in 2012. "To have someone that mature, and that well-thought-of, to be interested in me, it was flattering. I was young, inexperienced, overwhelmed, out of my league."
If convicted, Mack faces 15 years to life in prison.
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