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Here's Where Allison Mack Is Living Now That She's Been Released On Bail

'Smallville' actress Allison Mack granted bail in sex trafficking case

Allison Mack, an actress best known for playing Chloe Sullivan on the WB series "Smallville", was arrested earlier this month for her alleged role in a sex cult called NXIVM.

As a result of her arrest she is now facing charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy for incidents that allegedly took place between February 2016 and June 2017. Mack was reportedly a "recruiter" for the cult's founder, Keith Raniere.

As part of the judge's ruling, Allison Mack can no longer communication with past and present members of the alleged "cult".

She goes on to say that "watching the women who are in Jness completely transform and evolve in a way that's so pure - it's such a privilege".

Footage of Smallville star Allison Mack appearing to recruit members for the sex cult she was a member of has emerged, just days after she was charged with sourcing sex slaves for the secret "sorority".

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"Working for Jness is grounding and satisfying and humbling and wonderful, just wonderful".

Yesterday the actress posted bail of $5 million, allowing her to be released. While the actress has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her, People has dug up some evidence in the form of numerous tweets Mack sent "Harry Potter" favorite Emma Watson.

If convicted of the crimes charged, Raniere and Mack each face mandatory minimum sentences of 15 years imprisonment, and up to life imprisonment. According to court filings, she received financial and other benefits from Rainere for her work.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Viktor Pohorelsky of Brooklyn set terms that prohibit Mack from having any contact with Raniere, Nxivm or anyone associated with the organization.

The potential series, Annapurna says, follows what happens when women, who join what they're told is a secret sisterhood created to empower them, find themselves psychologically enthralled and horrifically sexually enslaved to its leader - and their flesh branded with his initials.

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