Allison Mack released from prison after two years in prison for the NXIVM sect

Allison Mack released from prison after two years in prison for the NXIVM sect

After serving two years in prison after being convicted for her participation in the NXIVM sex sect, Allison Mack has regained her freedom some time before her 36-month sentence was completed.

Now the actress of smallville He will face a three-year probation out of prison after being held since September 2021 in a prison classified as low risk, for offenders who are not considered violent.

In 2018, Allison Mack was arrested for her participation in the NXIVM cult, because, according to the United States Department of Justice, the actress of wilfred He held an important position in the pyramid system of the criminal organization led by Keith Raniere, who in 2020 was found guilty of the crimes of sex trafficking, extortion, organized crime, threats and child abuse.

However, according to the magazine Hellothe German-born actress should have faced a sentence of between 14 and 17 years in prison, but by pleading guilty and cooperating with authorities by providing evidence and further information in the case against Raniere, she received a much lesser sentence.

Although for now, the 40-year-old actress has avoided making any statement, in the past she wrote a letter to apologize to all the people who were harmed by her actions. In addition, she there she explained that she felt an overwhelming shame when she started working on her, to accept and understand everything that happened and the choices she made about herself.

It is of the utmost importance for me to say, from the bottom of my heart: I am so sorry. I threw myself into Keith Raniere’s teachings with everything he had. This was the biggest mistake and biggest regret of my life. Sorry to those of you that I brought to NXIVM. I’m sorry I ever exposed you to the nefarious and emotionally abusive plans of a twisted man.

Finally, according to the court file, Allison Mack’s lawyers commented that she still has the potential to be valuable to society, as a family member, friend, helper to those in need, and a warning.

Source: Okchicas