Actress Alison Mack will serve three years in prison; accused of recruiting sex slaves for NXIVM leader Keith Lanier
Mexico City- About two weeks before her scheduled arrival, Alison Mack was sent to the correctional facility in Dublin, California.
According to the Los Angeles Times the Superman actress Alison Mack will spend three years in prison for charges related to her time spent in the NXIVM section. She was sentenced Wednesday to 90838-053.
The 39-year-old American woman was accused of recruiting slaves for NXIVM leader Keith Lanier. The sect acts under the disguise of a group with the goal to attain greater success in their lives.
However, former members suggested that the sect was actually an organized cult. There were many cases of sexual assault. Some women claim that the initials of Mike and Lanier are on their skin.
Mike was detained in April 2018 and she pleaded guilty in the federal court in Brooklyn to racketeering.
“I apologize for the people I brought up to NXIVM. I am sorry that I exposed them to the horrible and emotional abuse of an evil man. I am sorry for inviting them into something so horrible at the end. Sentenced after the actress.
The Dublin Correctional Facility in California is a less secure women’s prison, about 60 kilometers from downtown San Francisco. According to the official website, 727 people are currently held at this facility.
This is the exact same prison where Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin served their sentences for bribery to allow their daughters to attend prestigious American universities in 2019 or 2020, respectively.
HBO’s documentary series The Vow and Starz’s Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult detail abuses in NXIVM.
Keith Raniere (61), is currently being held in Tucson, Arizona, after he was sentenced for 120 years. Nancy Salzman, co-founder of this sect, was also sentenced to 42 month in prison. He will likely be sent to prison in January 2019.
He is expected to be released in January next year.