Allison Mack expected to be arrested next

Allison Mack expected to be arrested next

TV Actress Allison Mack is named as CC1 in the federal complaint against Keith Raniere.

She is expected to be arrested shortly, sources say.

Photo above Allison Mack in Mexico at the scene of Keith Raniere’s arrest.

It is believed her arrest is imminent for sex trafficking.

As of yesterday, Mack was in Mexico, living with Raniere.

Raniere himself was arrested yesterday by Federal Police in Mexico and immediately extradited to the USA.

It is believed the actress, who appeared in the hit TV show ‘Smallville’, will face sex trafficking charges.

Mack, 34, has been a member of NXIVM since 2006. Sources say she gave up her acting career at the direction of NXIVM leader Keith Raniere aka ‘Vanguard’. She works closely with NXIVM leader Clare Bronfman, an heir to the Seagram’s fortune.

Clare Bronfman
Clare Bronfman
NXIVM Leaders
Sara Bronfman, Clare Bronfman
Sara Bronfman, Clare Bronfman

Raniere, Bronfman and Mack are believed to have conspired to form and fund the brutal ‘master-slave cult’, which depends on blackmail to keep women in slavery.

Bronfman allegedly financed the entire operation. There has been no comment from the Bronfman family or their trustees.

The women who were coerced into slavery were branded on their pubic region with a hot iron in an excruciatingly painful procedure with the initials of Raniere and Allison Mack.

The brand with the initials of Keith Raniere and Allison Mack.

Allison Mack expected to be arrested next


‘Smallville’ stars used by alleged cult leader to recruit women, witness claims

As beautiful young co-stars in the long-running, Superman-prequel TV series “Smallville,” their biggest problem was dealing with their odd young pal, Clark Kent.

Then Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack signed up for an upstate seminar run by self-help guru Keith Raniere, and they met a real-life super villain.

Raniere was arrested while on the lam in his $10,000-a-week Mexican villa this week, charged by federal prosecutors with running a violent sex-slave cult called NXIVM (pronounced nexium).

Brunette Kreuk, who portrayed the young ­Superman’s love interest, Lana Lang, signed up, but got out before female acolytes began getting forcibly branded with cauterizing pens.

“Kreuk had come first, sometime around late 2005, early 2006,” said Frank Parlato, who first broke the story, in June, of women being forcibly branded as part of the ­NXIVM “sorority.”

“Kreuk brought in Allison” soon afterward, said Parlato, who worked as the group’s publicist in 2007 and 2008.

Mack played Clark Kent’s starry-eyed blond pursuer, Chloe Sullivan.

“Lana” and “Chloe” went from starring in the popular, sugar sweet CW series to starring as Raniere’s top sex-slave recruiters, said Parlato.

“Allison was used, as was Kristen, as a lure to bring in other women because of their celebrity status,” he said.

Kreuk severed ties with the group in 2012, soon ­after the Albany Times Union wrote of allegations that Raniere had sex with underage girls.

But Mack stayed on and, according to Parlato, helped come up with the idea of sizzling the “brand” into initiates’ skin, near their groins, as they were held down. About 2-by-2-inches, the mark combined Raniere’s initials, KR, with Mack’s, AM.

“Kreuk was also in the inner circle, but branding was a later addition to Raniere’s abuse of women,” Parlato said.

An emaciated and frenzied-looking Mack can be seen in cellphone footage, obtained by Parlato, of ­Raniere’s arrest.

Photo above Allison Mack in Mexico at the scene of Keith Raniere’s arrest.

“Allison Mack expected to be arrested next,” he wrote Tuesday in, saying she is an unnamed co-conspirator in the Raniere case.

“She started as a slave and she became a slave master,” Parlato claims. “Her nickname among defectors is ‘Pimp Mack.’”

Spokespeople for Kreuk and Mack did not respond to requests for comment.