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Allison Mack has begun serving a prison term for her crimes because of her involvement in the NXIVM.

The former “Smallville” actress is currently being held at the Federal Correctional Institute in Dublin, Calif., a spokesman for the prison confirmed to Granthshala News.

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Mack, 39, got a head start on his three-year prison sentence. Back in June, she was ordered by a judge to surrender to a facility by September 29. Officials say he checked in on Monday, September 13.

Former TV actress – best known for her role as a close friend of a young Superman in series “smallville— Appeared before Judge Nicholas G. Garoufis in Brooklyn federal court on June 30. He was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of making women sex slaves within the NXIVM organization.

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Upon his sentencing in Brooklyn federal court, Mack abdicated. Keith Raniere, who founded NXIVM.

“I made the choice I will always regret,” she said, adding that she was filled with “remorse and guilt.”

“I feel sorry for those of you I brought to NXIVM,” she wrote in a letter filed in court. “I’m sorry I ever exposed you to the nefarious and emotionally abusive plans of a perverted man.”

She reiterated her apology to the victims in court, saying: “From the bottom of my heart and soul, I am sorry.”

Mac’s sentencing was a long time coming, as the former actress was Arrested on federal charges in April 2018 For his participation in NXIVM. He Found guilty On charges of racketeering and conspiracy in April 2019.

Alison Mack begins her three-year prison sentence this week.

NXIVM was a company that claimed to offer self-help and professional development services and seminars, but has been widely described as cult-like, in which Raniere grooms young women as a “Dominus Obscius Sororium” or Under “DOS” sub was seen as “slave”. -Society. Prosecutors said Mack became a “master” for “slaves” within DOS and ordered women to “labour, take nude photos and in some cases engage in sexual acts with Raniere.”

Mack provided prosecutors with information about how Raniere “encouraged the use of abusive and derogatory language, including racial slurs, to humiliate slaves,” the court papers also said.

Raniere was sentenced last year to 120 years in prison for sex trafficking. Just last week, co-defendant Nancy Salzman was the fourth of Raniere’s five co-defendants to be sentenced to three and a half years in prison. Nancy’s daughter, Lauren Salzman, was given five years’ probation, while Seagram’s successor, Claire Bronfman, whose fortune was used to back NXIVM, is serving six years and nine months. Longtime NXIVM accountant Kathy Russell pleaded guilty to visa fraud and is awaiting sentencing.