The 'Smallville' actress was facing up to 17 years in prison for her role as NXIVM leader Keith Raniere's number two in a secretive group that branded and blackmailed women.
Both victim and perpetrator, the ‘Smallville’ actress faces up to 17 years in prison for her role extorting women into the sexual submission of jailed NXIVM leader Keith Raniere.
A woman who spent nearly two years confined to a room talks about how she got involved with NXIVM and her first sexual encounters with Keith Raniere.
The woman who was sexually exploited at age 15 by Raniere said her diet, undocumented status, and family became tools of control.
Judge Nicholas Garaufis ruled that Raniere serve a cumulative sentence of 120 years.
The daughter of "Dynasty" actress Catherine Oxenberg will speak at "sex cult" leader Keith Raniere's sentencing Tuesday.
"What was really disturbing is... I thought she was cool. We agreed on a lot of the same things."
Mack, who is under house arrest and has pleaded not guilty to charges including sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy, seems to be an unwelcome presence in her UC-Berkeley classes.
HBO's docuseries 'The Vow' makes clear that NXIVM was filled with Hollywood types—but why was the cult so good at recruiting them?
Some of the wildest lines are ripped right from the Keith Raniere sex trafficking trial transcript.
A lawyer representing accused sex trafficker Keith Raniere floated a few questionable tropes of his own in closing arguments.
The NXIVM founder’s disturbing private messages shown in court are full of lies, distortions, and threats, according to prosecutors.