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Major Actress Charged With Sex Trafficking After Trying To Lure 2 Other Huge Stars Into Strange Sex Cult

Have you ever been confused about what you want to do “when you grow up” or when a job you have had for a decade suddenly ends? This was the situation for one of Hollywood’s leading actresses.

After spending 10 years of her life and most of her 20’s appearing on a hit show this actress was confused about what direction she wanted to head next. After a successful decade of playing the same character, it is hard for fans to ever picture them as someone different than the character that they played that long. Furthermore, on bad decision as a public person could immediately end all the fame and fortune that’s so hard to obtain.

That’s what one actress is realizing today after throwing it all away for a depraved crime while also proving the disgusting double standard in Hollywood. After the “Smallville” actress’ series ended she chose a different direction to entertain herself with and tried to bring other huge names into her foul scandal.

It seems very interesting though that Hollywood seems strangely silent about this massive crime since it wasn’t a conservative politician, this time it was one of their own and she was trying to use her “star” power to recruit innocent victims.

How many fell victim to her trap?

According to Page Six, “Smallville” actress Allison Mack, who was arrested last week for her role in a sex cult, had apparently tried to lure Emma Watson into her “movement.”

Mack sent tweets to both “Harry Potter” star Watson and singer Kelly Clarkson about an “amazing women’s movement” she thought they might be interested in, according to Business Insider.

“Smallville” actress Allison Mack (far left). “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson (center) and singer Kelly Clarkson (far right) who Mack allegedly attempted to lure.

“I’m a fellow actress like yourself & involved in an amazing women’s movement I think you’d dig,” Mack wrote to Watson in January of 2016. “I’d love to chat if you’re open.”

She wrote Watson again the next month.

“I participate in a unique human development & women’s movement I’d love to tell you about,” she tweeted.

Mack also sent a vague tweet to “Since U Been Gone” Clarkson singer about having a “chat.”

“I heard through the grapevine that you’re a fan of ‘Smallville.’ I’m a fan of yours as well!” she wrote. “I’d love to chat sometime.”

Mack, 35, pleaded not guilty to charges of sex trafficking and forced labor on Friday.

The actress allegedly lured female members of the self-empowerment group Nxivm into a secret society that forced women into sex slavery.

The star-turned-accused-sex-slaver Allison Mack is looking to cut a deal with the feds in Brooklyn, according to a new affidavit.

Mack’s lawyers and federal prosecutors have agreed to delay proceedings against her until May 3, because “they are engaged in plea negotiations, which they believe are likely to result in a disposition of this case without a trial,” according to a document filed Friday.

Mack was the No. 2 in a sex cult run by Keith Raniere under the guise of his upstate self-help group, Nxivm (pronounced “nexium”), according to authorities.

Prosecutors say that Mack, 35, used her star power to lure young women into the group and that she and Raniere then forced the women to go on crash diets and “branded” them like cattle as Mack groomed them for sex with Raniere.

Raniere and Mack have pleaded not guilty to sex-trafficking and forced-labor charges.

Mack was scheduled for a bail hearing Monday, but it was delayed.

Her lawyers did not respond to a request for comment, and federal prosecutors in Brooklyn declined to comment.

This story has a lot of twists and turns, it will be interesting to how it all ends. We will be watching this story unravel and keep you updated on any more celebrity names that come out during this whole investigation.

 

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