Sex slave master Allison Mack pleads guilty in Nxivm case after agreeing to last minute deal

Allison Mack has entered a guilty plea to charges stemming from her role in DOS, the sex slave cult that was an offshoot of Nxivm.

Court records reveal that Mack appeared before Judge Nicholas Garaufis at 11:30am Monday to enter her plea to at least two of the charges she was facing in the case.

Mack, who shot to fame in the CW series Smallville, had been charged with racketeering, racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud conspiracy forced labor conspiracy, sex trafficking conspiracy , sex trafficking and attempted sex trafficking.

She was facing life in prison if convicted on those charges, but will now likely be given a more lenient sentence is she testifies against the other defendants in the case.  

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Return of the mack: Allison Mack (above with her lawyer on Friday) reached a last second deal with prosecutors and entered a guilty plea to multiple felonies in court on Monday

Return of the mack: Allison Mack (above with her lawyer on Friday) reached a last second deal with prosecutors and entered a guilty plea to multiple felonies in court on Monday

Return of the mack: Allison Mack (above with her lawyer on Friday) reached a last second deal with prosecutors and entered a guilty plea to multiple felonies in court on Monday

Three's company: Bronfman (center) arrived to court accompanied by her mother (left) and attorney Mark Gergaos (right)

Three's company: Bronfman (center) arrived to court accompanied by her mother (left) and attorney Mark Gergaos (right)

Three’s company: Bronfman (center) arrived to court accompanied by her mother (left) and attorney Mark Gergaos (right)

On trial: Prosecutors had suggested on Friday that they were having trouble agreeing to a deal with Mack, who is the third defendant to plead guilty (Kathy Russell, who has yet to reach a deal, leaving court on Friday)

On trial: Prosecutors had suggested on Friday that they were having trouble agreeing to a deal with Mack, who is the third defendant to plead guilty (Kathy Russell, who has yet to reach a deal, leaving court on Friday)

On trial: Prosecutors had suggested on Friday that they were having trouble agreeing to a deal with Mack, who is the third defendant to plead guilty (Kathy Russell, who has yet to reach a deal, leaving court on Friday)

This comes as a bit of a surprise as it was Kathy Russell who lawyers from the Eastern District of New York said they were nearing a deal with last week and not Mack.

Talks with Mack were on going, but had been since her arrest last April.

Russell will now be appearing on Monday alongside Keith Raniere and Clare Bronfman for a status hearing and jury selection.

Their trial is set to begin later this month. 

Bronfman was seen arriving to court on Monday with her lawyer Mark Gergaros  

Mack is now the third defendant to enter a guilty plea, following mother and daughter Nancy and Lauren Salzman. 

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