'Smallville' Actress Accused of Participating in Cultlike Group Released from Jail

'Smallville' Actress Accused of Participating in Cultlike Group Released from Jail

'Smallville' Actress Accused of Participating in Cultlike Group Released from Jail

Mack and other DOS masters recruited DOS slaves by telling them that they were joining a women-only organization that would empower them and eradicate purported weaknesses that the Nxivm curriculum taught were common in women.

U.S. Attorney Moira Penza stated in court that Mack was one of the top members of the sex cult disguised as a female empowerment group.

Mack played Chloe, Clark Kent's best friend, on Smallville, which aired on the WB/CW for 10 seasons, ending in 2011.

Raniere is in federal custody after being arrested last month in Mexico.

Raniere was arrested last month on federal charges of sex trafficking, sex-trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy.

The former Smallville star looked calm in court as she answered the judge's questions on Tuesday.

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While she awaits her next hearing, Mack will stay in her parents' home in Los Alamitos, California where her activity will be monitored by state officials. Her indictment came weeks after the arrest of NXIVM leader Keith Raniere who was charged with sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and conspiracy to commit forced labor, according to BuzzFeed.

She appeared in court in a green jail suit and kept her hands held behind her back. She allegedly had "slaves" underneath her in the organization and "directly or implicitly required" two women "to engage in sexual activity with Raniere", according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of NY.

Prosecutors said women were coerced into taking sexual photos and making embarrassing confessions on video, which would then be used to blackmail the "slaves" into performing acts ranging from getting coffee and cleaning to having sex with Raniere.

'DOS masters, including the defendant, who directed their slaves to have sex with Raniere, received financial benefits in the form of continued status and participation in DOS, as well as financial opportunities from Raniere'.

In an undated statement posted on its website, Nxivm said it was working with authorities to demonstrate Raniere's "innocence and true character". "She will be released on a $5 million bond and will reside in the Central District of California - home detention with electronic monitoring". Variety reported that Mack is expected to provide information against Raniere. Kreuk says she left NXIVM years ago and commended the women who exposed DOS. She faces a minimum sentence of 15 years in prison if convicted on all of her charges.

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