Actress Allison Mack shared her regret at being one of the cornerstones of the macabre Nxivm cult. Through an official statement obtained by the portal The Hollywood Reporter, she indicated that she regretted “all the harm done to the people who were recruited” by her and declared that it was the biggest mistake of her whole life.
Mack, who has made her mark in the popular DC series “Smallville”, faces 15 years in prison for recruiting young women as sex slaves for the cult leader in question, Keith Raniere.
The actress, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy and extortion in April 2019, reflected on her role in the sex sect, addressing “those who have been harmed by my actions”:
“Now it is of the utmost importance to me that I say from the bottom of my heart that I am sorry. I threw myself into the teachings of Keith Raniere with everything I had. I believed with all my heart that his advice led me to a better, more enlightened version of myself. I dedicated my loyalty, my resources and ultimately my life to him. It was the biggest mistake and the biggest regret of my life. Sorry for those of you who brought it to Nxivm. I’m sorry for exposing you to the nefarious and emotionally abusive ploys of a crooked man. I’m sorry for encouraging you to use your resources to participate in something that was ultimately so ugly. I do not take lightly the responsibility I have in the lives of the people I love and I feel a great weight of guilt for having abused their trust, leading them down a negative path ”.
In 2019, prosecutors accused Mack of recruiting sex slaves for Raniere, 60, and her subgroup, DOS, described as an all-female secret society of “masters” and “slaves” in which women were supposed to be. be sexually submitted to Raniere.
Mack’s repentance letter was accompanied by a document issued by her lawyers, in which they ask that she not serve a prison sentence, precisely for admitting her guilt in front of the company:
“This is clear from Ms Mack’s presentation of arguments, from her decision to cooperate fully and fully with the government, and is further emphasized in her letter to the Court, as well as her efforts to show her remorse to the general public and more. again. specifically to those she hurt. Therefore, it is not necessary to impose an additional prison sentence on Ms. Mack to obtain a specific deterrent.
It should be remembered that HBO has a documentary series called “The Vow”, which explores all the crimes committed by the sexual sect and follows the struggle of a group of people, among former members of the institution, which aims to destroy the cult Raniere. .
Check out the Season 2 trailer:
The production revolves around the cult of sex instituted by the NXIVM organization which featured actress Allison Mack (“Smallville”) at its highest level.
According to HBO, the second season will exclusively feature the “inner circle” of NXIVM frontman Keith Raniere and delve into the strands of the sect in the United States and Mexico. The new episodes will continue to follow “the legal and emotional journeys of the group’s founders and their supporters as new evidence and shocking revelations attract national attention.”
The new season opens in 2021.
The production was created by Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer.
The narrative will delve into the experiences of the victims, who were deceived and thought they were involved in a women’s empowerment initiative, until they were reduced to sex slaves.
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