Allison Mack, 'Smallville' Actor Involved in NXIVM Cult, Released from Prison

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Allison Mack, a television actor famous for her role on "Smallville," has been released from a California prison.

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She was serving a three-year sentence for her involvement in a sex-trafficking case associated with the NXIVM cult.

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Mack pleaded guilty to charges of manipulating women into becoming sex slaves for NXIVM leader Keith Raniere.

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She cooperated with federal authorities, which helped her avoid a longer prison term.

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Keith Raniere, the leader of NXIVM, was sentenced to 120 years in prison on sex-trafficking charges.

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Mack played a significant role in providing evidence against Raniere, exposing the creation of a secret society involving brainwashed women who were branded and forced into sexual activities.

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Other prominent members of the cult included Clare Bronfman, heiress to the Seagram's liquor fortune, and a daughter of TV star Catherine Oxenberg.

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Before her sentencing, Mack expressed remorse and guilt for her actions, acknowledging that her involvement with Raniere was a grave mistake.

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She reflected on the opportunity of her house arrest to confront her own dark side and comprehend the pain she caused to loved ones.

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Mack apologized sincerely, stating that devoting her life to Raniere was her biggest regret and the greatest mistake she had ever made.