"Smallville" actress out on $5 million bond

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Mack and other cult "masters" allegedly recruited slaves by telling them they were joining a "women-only organization that would empower them and eradicate purported weaknesses that the Nxivm curriculum taught were common in women". "Hopefully everybody involved is OK, and hopefully she bounces back from it", he said. I want to be remembered as a woman who was honest and true and joyful. Since that series ended in 2011, she has played only minor roles.

She seemingly added: 'It's the most challenging because it consists of working with a group of people who are interdependent. Watching the women who are in Jness completely transform and evolve in a way that's so pure - it's such a privilege.

"While we were on the show, she had a boyfriend, so she was cool", the actor, 34, told TMZ in a video published on Wednesday, April 25.

According to prosecutors, Mack and Keith Raniere are the heads of Nxivm. The charges against Mack could result in imprisonment for the rest of her life if found guilty.

Mack faces charges relating to sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and conspiracy to commit forced labor.

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During the hearing more details emerged of the heinous crimes she's been accused of playing a part in - as she's been accused of being a key player and second-in-charge of the diabolical "secret sisterhood", involving exploitation, blackmail and the branding of Raniere's name on victims' skin, as well as, it's been claimed, her initials.

As part of the agreement, Mack has to wear a Global Positioning System ankle bracelet and not have contact with the cult's other members, who reportedly include Seagram's liquor heiress Clare Bronfman and India Oxenberg, the daughter of Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg.

A federal judge in Brooklyn agreed to release Mack, who was arrested last week, on $5 million bond and place her under home detention in California.

Prosecutors and Mack's lawyers said in a court filing that the two sides are engaged in plea negotiations.

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