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The infamous actress Allison Mack, accused of being an integral part of the NXIVM sex cult, was first seen more than a year later during a trip to California on Saturday just days after filing for divorce from her. his wife, Nicki Clyne.


Mack, still under house arrest, can be seen wearing an ankle monitor while getting out of a vehicle with another woman.


Presumably allowed to leave her home at certain hours, the Smallville actress enjoyed her freedom while waiting to be punished for her role in the NXIVM cult.


Photos show Mack and his friend at 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 women stood at a table next to the bakery for about an hour and ate their meals before heading to the nearby boutique Luna Belmont Shore, where they spent about half an hour before getting in and leaving their vehicle.


Mack walked out of the store in front of his friend and was seen glancing at the junk in the window until the woman outside joined him.


They were seen walking down the street talking and laughing while wearing masks and carrying shopping bags.


Mack’s trip comes just days after he filed documents for divorce from his wife and former cult member Clyne, 37, in Orange County.


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


Some reports claim that the couple without children married on Raniere’s orders in an attempt to allow Canadian Clyne to stay in the United States as NXIVM is outside of New York.


Prosecutors accuse Mack of recruiting sex ‘slaves’ to have sex with Raniere as part of a secret and coercive group called DOS at NXIVM.


In April last year, Mack, who appeared on the TV show Smallville, has twice pleaded guilty to extortion and extortion.


Raniere, 60, was sentenced to 120 years in October, while Mack is still awaiting punishment.


Authorities said Mack could remain in prison for up to 40 years.


Clyne, an actress who starred in Battlestar Galactica, avoided any direct accusation of her participation in the sect.


However, he was an integral part of the treacherous group that presented itself as a self-help organization.


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


India’s testimony at Raniere’s trial was instrumental in throwing her behind bars.


He also claimed that Mack was the ‘master’ of the cult, ‘targeting’ him and limiting it to just 500 calories a day, telling him when he could eat it.


Raniere founded NXIVM in Albany, New York in 1998 and has recruited more than 17,000 people from then to 2017 and promised them self-help.


But within the secret organization there was an even more secret sub-sect of which it was its master.


The sub-sect called DOS involved women being sexual slaves and surrendering themselves entirely under its control.


They were stigmatized with their initials, starved, deprived of sleep, and forced into group sex, and blackmailed with ‘collateral’ they provided in the form of incriminating photos, videos or information about themselves or their families.


Raniere also punished young women, including an adolescent, whom prosecutors said she kept in a room for two years for showing a romantic interest in another man.


Last month, Raniere claimed that her life ‘might not be long’ and was afraid that she would be killed in prison.


Raniere is currently in the Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center. However, as the prospect of moving into the general population of a maximum security prison approached, Frank Report’s journalist Frank Parlato explained that he was afraid for his life because of his ‘dangerous situation’.


The Prison Bureau is in the process of organizing the permanent resettlement of Raniere, where children will serve a long list of crimes, including sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy.


Parlato, who is said to have played a pivotal role in the eradication of the sex cult, shared a series of telephone conversations in which Raniere detailed her concerns.


One of the records claims that a man ‘notorious for being barren’ and allegedly involved in the gangs of Latin Kings or MS-13 told various people that he was planning to murder Raniere.

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

Speaking about the future, he predicts he will not live for long if he is put in 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 in here the rest of my life if we don’t do something.

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

While a judge has not handed Raniere a death penalty sentence, he suggests being sent to penitentiary is a death penalty.

‘Over the next month to two months is a real countdown for me, because once they designate me and either ship me off to the Supermax or ship me off to a pen, things become dangerous for me. And you guys may never get to speak to me again, for all I know.’