Keith Raneire, convicted sex-trafficker and leader of the NXIVM cult, has been ordered to pay $3.4 million to his victims. The New York Times reported that 21 victims will receive portions of the money, part of which will go towards procedures allowing women to remove Raniere’s branded initials from their skin. These women were members […]
In the docuseries "Seduced," Oxenberg said Mack put her on a 500-calorie diet, collected nudes to use as blackmail, and arranged branding ceremonies.
The "Smallville" star received a lenient sentence after cooperating with the government in its case against Keith Raniere.
Mack, who has been out on $5 million bail and under house arrest, will appear in person in federal court in Brooklyn on Wednesday.
Allison Mack and her attorneys have asked a federal judge to forgo jail time for her crimes in connection with Keith Raniere and the NXIVM sex cult case, saying that her life has been “turned around” after reconnecting with her family and pursuing studies at University of California at Berkeley. Mack’s sentencing memo emphasizes that […]
Allison Mack provided federal prosecutors with an audio tape that helped convict sex cult leader Keith Raniere in which Raniere and Mack have a chilling discussion about how to brand his “slaves,” prosecutors said in a memo on Monday. Mack, the former “Smallville” star, is due to be sentenced on June 30 for her role […]
Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, Lenny Kravitz, Alex Trebek, Alicia Keys, Matthew McConaughey and Michael J. Fox were among the celebrities getting personal in memoirs this year.
On Friday, Dec. 11, Allison Mack filed for divorce from her wife, Nicki Clyne, which comes three years after they tied the knot in 2017.
"Allison said she had a special program she thought could help me," India Oxenberg tells PEOPLE
UPDATED, 3:01 PM: Seagram’s heiress Clare Bronfman has been sentenced to more than 6 1/2 years in prison and a half-million-dollar fine for her role in the “Nxivm” sex cult case. She had pleaded guilty in April 2019 to charges of conspiracy to conceal and harbor an illegal alien for financial gain and the fraudulent […]
A look at what's ahead in the shocking Nxivm sex cult case involving Allison Mack.
The "Smallville" star suddenly appeared on the judge's schedule for "criminal cause for pleading" ahead of Monday's jury selection.
"Smallville" actress Allison Mack has been granted three additional hours a week to run errands as she awaits trial for sex trafficking charges.
Lawyers for Allison Mack request the actress be allowed to leave her parents' house to work, go to school, and attend religious services once per week.
Allison Mack is facing additional legal trouble for her alleged role in a sex-cult scandal that has catapulted the former Smallville star into headlines in recent months.
Allison Mack was back in court on Tuesday alongside mentor, Keith Raniere. The "Smallville" actress and Raniere appeared for a status conference on allegations that they ran an alleged sex cult within the self-help group Nxivm.
In a newly released interview, actress Allison Mack describes a part of the group as “about women coming together” and talks about the relation between “masters” and “slaves.” But a former member has detailed a more chilling experience.
Federal prosecutors are going after two properties in upstate New York where they believe Allison Mack and Keith Raniere's alleged sex trafficking crimes took place. A court document details a chilling first-person account from a woman who says she was a former sex slave.