Allison Mack pleads guilty in NXIVM case
Apr 09, 2019
Allison Mack, the actress who is best known for her role as the friend of young Superman in the TV series, Smallville, has pleaded guilty to charges of sex trafficking in the NXIVM scandal. She joins Nancy Salzman (Clare Bronfman’s sister) and Nancy's daughter, Lauren in pleading guilty.
Her sentencing is scheduled for September 11. That date alone shows that this case is very significant. I do not know if this was accidental or planned insofar as the courts are concerned, but it is certainly a prophetic watch date.
With jury selection beginning in the federal case against a cult-like upstate New York group, TV actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty Monday to charges she manipulated women into becoming sex slaves for the group's spiritual leader.
Mack, 36, wept as she admitted her crimes and apologized to the women who prosecutors say were exploited by Keith Raniere and the purported self-help group called NXIVM.
"I believed Keith Raniere's intentions were to help people ... and I was wrong," Mack told a judge in federal court in Brooklyn as she pleaded guilty to racketeering charges.
Mack is best known for her role as a young Superman's close friend on the series Smallville.
After months of reflection since her arrest, Mack said, "I know I can and will be a better person." Her sentencing is set for Sept. 11.
The plea means Mack will avoid going to trial with Raniere, wealthy heiress Clare Bronfman and another member of Raniere's inner circle, Kathy Russell. All have pleaded not guilty and denied any wrongdoing.
Last month, Nancy Salzman decided to plead guilty.
Then Nancy’s daughter, Lauren Salzman pleaded guilty as well.
This makes it nearly impossible for Keith Raniere and Clare Bronfman to win their cases as heads of NXIVM. They are currently pleading not guilty.
This case has connections to Jeff Epstein, whose Pedo Island used to be a favorite hangout for both Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as other politicians and corporation CEO’s. As this case puts testimonies on the court record, watch for other cases coming out of this one. I believe that this single case will unravel a huge problem of human trafficking, much of which is tied to the Clinton Foundation.
Special investigator, John Huber, has been investigating the Clinton Foundation for the Department of Justice ever since November 2017. The NXIVM case is first major case stemming from Huber’s investigation.