Allison Mack is seen for the first time after filing for divorce from wife Nicki Clyne

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Allison Mack, the disgraced actress who has been accused of being an integral part of the NXIVM sex cult, was spotted for the first time in over a year on Saturday during a California outing that took place a few days in sentence after filing for divorce from her. wife, Nicki Clyne.

Mack, who is still under house arrest, could be seen wearing an ankle monitor as she exited a vehicle with another woman.

The Smallville actress, who is presumably allowed to leave her home at certain times, has enjoyed her freedom while waiting to be sentenced for her role in the NXIVM cult.

The photos show Mack and his friend at the Pietris Bakery in Long Beach, California. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, they were not allowed to sit as indoor and outdoor meals were closed.

For about an hour, the women stood at a table near the bakery and ate before heading to the nearby store, Luna Belmont Shore, where they spent about half an hour before getting into their vehicle and driving off. go.

Alison Mack is seen exiting a vehicle in Long Beach, Calif. On Saturday

Allison Mack (pictured Saturday), the disgraced actress who has been accused of being an integral part of the NXIVM sex cult, was spotted for the first time in over a year on Saturday while out in California with the one of his friends. Mack, who is still under house arrest, could be seen wearing an ankle monitor (left) as she exits a vehicle

The Smallville actress, who is presumably allowed to leave her home at certain times, has enjoyed her freedom while waiting to be sentenced for her role in the NXIVM cult.

The Smallville actress, who is presumably allowed to leave her home at certain times, has enjoyed her freedom while waiting to be sentenced for her role in the NXIVM cult.

Mack emerged from the store before her friend and was seen looking at the trinkets in the window until the woman joined her outside.

They were seen talking and laughing as they walked down the street with their masks on and carrying shopping bags.

Mack’s exit comes just days after filing documents in Orange County to divorce his wife and former cult member Clyne, 37.

The couple married in 2017 and were long-time members of the NXIVM sect, led by convicted criminal Keith Raniere.

Several reports allege the couple, who have no children, got married at Raniere’s request in an attempt to allow Clyne, who is Canadian, to stay in the United States as NXIVM is based in the north. of New York State.

Prosecutors accuse Mack of recruiting sex “slaves” to have sex with Raniere as part of a covert and coercive group within NXIVM called DOS.

Mack is seen browsing trinkets at the store on Saturday

Mack and her friend were seen at the Luna Belmont Shore store where they spent about half an hour before getting into their vehicle and leaving.

Mack and her friend were seen at the Luna Belmont Shore store where they spent about half an hour before getting into their vehicle and leaving.

Mack is seen with her friend after shopping for half an hour and having a bite to eat on the outing

Mack is seen with her friend after shopping for half an hour and having a bite to eat on the outing

The photos show Mack and his friend at the Pietris Bakery in Long Beach, California.  Due to COVID-19 restrictions, they were not allowed to sit as indoor and outdoor meals were closed

The photos show Mack and his friend at the Pietris Bakery in Long Beach, California. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, they were not allowed to sit as indoor and outdoor meals were closed

For about an hour, the women stood at a table near the bakery and ate

For about an hour, the women stood at a table near the bakery and ate

In April of last year, Mack, who appeared on the television show Smallville, pleaded guilty to two counts of racketeering and racketeering conspiracy.

While Raniere, 60, was indicted and sentenced to 120 years in prison in October, Mack is still awaiting conviction.

Mack could face a 40-year delay, authorities said.

Clyne, an actress who appeared in Battlestar Galactica, has avoided direct accusations in connection with her involvement in the cult.

However, it was also an integral part of the nefarious group posing as a self-help organization.

NXIVM has preyed on many women, including other actresses, as well as the daughter of Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg, India, who joined the group in 2011 at the age of 20.

India’s testimony at Raniere’s trial helped put him behind bars.

She also alleged that Mack was her “master” in the cult, having “targeted” her and telling her when she could eat, limiting her to just 500 calories a day.

Mack's exit comes just days after he filed documents in Orange County to divorce his wife and former cult member Nicki Clyne (pictured together in 2017)

Mack’s exit comes just days after filing documents in Orange County to divorce his wife and former cult member Nicki Clyne (pictured together in 2017)

Mack seen here for Smallville in 2001

Clyne seen here in 2009

Fake nuptials: Several reports have previously alleged that the couple, who have no children, got married at Raniere’s request in an effort to evade immigration laws

Raniere founded NXIVM in Albany, New York, in 1998 and between that date and 2017 recruited more than 17,000 people there, promising to help each other.

But within the secret organization, there was an even more underground sub-sect of which he was the master.

Named DOS, the sub-sect involved women who were its sex slaves and submitted entirely to its control.

They were initialed, starved, sleep deprived and forced into group sex and blackmailed with “guarantees” they provided in the form of photos, videos or videos. incriminating information about them or their families.

Raniere also punished young women, including a teenage girl who prosecutors say was held in a room for two years as punishment because she had shown a romantic interest in another man.

Last month, Raniere claimed his life “might not be long” and fears being killed in prison.

Raniere is currently serving a sentence at the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center. But as the prospect of being transferred with the general population from a maximum security prison looms, he told reporter Frank Parlato, of the Frank Report, that he fears for his life because of his “dangerous situation.” .

Last month Keith Raniere (pictured) claimed his life 'may not be long' and fears he will be killed in prison  Raniere is currently being held at the Booklyn Metropolitan Detention Center while the Bureau of Prisons organizes his permanent placement.

Last month Keith Raniere (pictured) claimed his life “might not be long” and fears he will be killed in prison. Raniere is currently being held at the Booklyn Metropolitan Detention Center while the Bureau of Prisons organizes his permanent placement.

The Prison Bureau is in the process of arranging Raniere’s permanent placement where he will serve his sentence for a long list of offenses, including child sex trafficking and conspiracy to do forced labor.

Parlato, who is believed to have played a pivotal role in destroying the sex cult, shared a series of phone call transcripts in which Raniere details her concerns.

In one of the recordings, he claims that a man who is “known to be vicious” and allegedly involved in the Latin Kings or MS-13 gangs told various people that he planned to have Raniere killed.

“He’s been vicious even to his own family, vicious to anyone who doesn’t succeed. In a way, he is considered a tyrant. He is seen as someone who has so much money and so much power, he can always get what he wants.

Speaking of the future, he predicts that he won’t live long if he’s incarcerated with the general population in a maximum security prison – something he claims he was warned about years ago.

“Yeah I’m looking, you know I’ll be here for the rest of my life if we don’t do anything.”

“The rest of my life might not be that long. Considering the way things are here, you know, once I get to a destination point, I guess I’ll go in a pen.

Although a judge did not sentence Raniere to the death penalty, he suggests that being sent to prison is a death penalty.

“Over the next month to two months it’s a real countdown for me because once they point me in and ship me to Supermax or send me in a pen things get dangerous for me. And you may never be able to talk to me again, as far as I know.

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