While all these other famous men who went to prison for bad shit have tried and sometimes succeeded at getting out of prison for their offenses, Allison Mack seems to be the opposite. The 38-year-old former Smallville actress was sentenced to 3 years in prison for her role in the NXIVM sex cult which saw leader Keith Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prison. Before her sentencing, Allison was trying to play the victim and said she was sooooooooooo sowwy for recruiting, abusing, and branding women in a sex cult and shouldn’t do prison time. But she was sentenced to only a handful of years in prison and now TMZ says she checked into the clink early. I guess she wants to call dibs on the top bunk bed.
Allison Mack tried very, very hard to keep out of prison. Like sheepishly twisting her hat in her hands, batting her eyes, and asking the judge, “Please sir, may I have zero prison time?.” But turning snitch on Keith Raniere didn’t have the effect she was hoping for. Allison Mack was hoping to avoid spending time in prison for her role in recruiting, trafficking, branding, and abusing women in NXIVM’s secret sex cult. But she got a three-year sentence instead.
Allison Mack Calls The NXIVM Sex Cult The Biggest Regret Of Her Life As She Asks The Judge For No Prison Time
One-time WB Smallville actress turned big-time sex cult recruiter, 38-year-old Allison Mack, cooperated with the government and pleaded guilty in 2019 to helping 60-year-old Keith Raniere run a sex cult portraying itself as a women’s empowerment group called NXIVM. Keith was found guilty of several crimes and was sentenced to 120 years for all of the racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy, forced labor conspiracy, sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and attempted sex trafficking charges he got. Allison was one of Keith’s Number 1 recruiters and since she turned on him to help secure those 120 years of punishment, Allison is now asking for no punishment of her own in exchange. Yes, the Ghislaine to his Jeffrey Epstein is asking for no prison time.
A little over two years ago, Allison Mack, formerly of Smallville fame and one-time face of cult recruitment, decided to cut to the chase, avoid a messy trial, and take a plea deal for her involvement in the NXIVM sex trafficking case. Allison wasn’t about to give the performance of her life on the defense stand (to be fair, her acting range isn’t much broader than being quirky around teenage Superman). So she pleaded guilty, likely in exchange for a shorter sentence in prison. Allison Mack is currently awaiting sentencing for her role in the NXIVM abuse, and prosecutors are trying to argue that she probably deserves a less-harsh sentence, due to her co-operation in putting NXIVM leader Keith Raniere behind bars. Gosh, an evil cult leader just can’t find loyal henchwomen any more, can they.
As many of us know, the victims of Keith Raniere’s NXIVM cult of sexual, physical, emotional, and mental abuse were presented with the bare minimum of justice that the universe could have possibly scraped together, when Keith was found guilty on all counts of running a sex cult. Allison Mack, aka Chloe from Smallville and Keith’s second-in-command, had pleaded guilty to the charges brought against her. Now that the victims no longer live in constant fear of being punished by Keith or Allison for speaking up about the abuse, they can freely talk about their experience. And many of them have, in a new four-part docuseries for STARZ called Seduced: Inside The Nxivm Cult (not to be confused, of course, with HBO’s The Vow, which is also about NXIVM). Like India Oxnberg, one of the more notable victims of the NXIVM cult. India spoke to People magazine about her time in NXIVM, and of course, it sounds like a complete nightmare.
The picture above is a still from an old interview conducted between NXIVM founder and sex cult leader Keith Raniere and his former #1 student/recruiter/branding iron holder Allison Mack. After today, the only interviews he’ll be giving will be through two-way glass, because a Brooklyn jury just found Keith guilty of everything.