As early as April 2018, the Smallville alum was arrested and charged with alleged sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and forced labor conspiracy.
“As alleged in the indictment, Allison Mack recruited women to join a supposedly female mentoring group that was in fact founded and directed by United States attorney Keith Raniere” Richard Donoghue said in a statement. “The victims were then exploited both sexually and for their work for the benefit of the accused. This office and our law enforcement partners are determined to prosecute predators that fall victim to others through sex trafficking and forced labor.”
Allison faces a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison or 20 years per count, E! News reported at the time, according to the US Attorney’s Office. However, the star is still waiting for her fate. A date for her conviction has not yet been set.
It was only three months ago that Nicki first spoke about Allison and the NXIVM case. In a rare interview with CBS This Morning in September, the actress told the reporter Nicki Battiste“This was the hardest and most humbling experience of my life.”
“We do not deny that certain things happened. There is evidence that certain things happened,” she added. “How it happened, why it happened, and how certain people chose it – that’s a whole different conversation.”