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A March 29 filing showed that Mack begged the judge to delay the trial by 30 days. It is scheduled to begin on April The denial serves as one step backwards for Mack.
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The Associated Press reports Mack was charged with sex trafficking, after federal prosecutors said she worked as a slave "master," recruiting unsuspecting women to the group NXIVM pronounced "nexium" led by Keith Raniere. An indictment was unsealed Friday in federal court in Brooklyn. Recruits were then exploited sexually and for labor, court documents say.
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By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail. A struggling actress from California testified that former Smallville star Allison Mack lured her into a master-slave sex club affiliated with NXIVM by painting it as a women's empowerment group and telling her she could play Wonder Woman. Over two days of testimony, Nicole recounted for the court how Mack, 36, allegedly coached her to write letters falsely accusing men in her life, including her own father, of sexual abuse.
Inactress Allison Mack, then best known for her season run on the television series "Smallville," posted a video to her YouTube channel titled "You asked, I answered. With a tree-filled yard as her background, she answers questions that range from innocuous her favorite snacks are cucumbers with peach salsa and roasted buttercup squash, she says to reflective "I want to be remembered for the way that I impacted people. Without providing much context on the group itself, Mack says, "Working for Jness is, I think, the most gratifying thing I've ever done.