Former NXIVM sex cult members will live in fear if Allison Mack’s request to leave house arrest is approved by the judge, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
A source in communication with Mack’s former sex slaves told RadarOnline.com that they simply do not want her to be able to leave her parents’ house, where she is currently confined.
“It’s going to spook her former slaves who are just starting to get comfortable being out of the cult,” said the source.
Mack’s lawyers filed a request last week to amend conditions of release. In the docs, she begs the judge to let her leave the house to attend work, school and church.
The source said the possibility of Mack joining society again in public places would be “dangerous.” The former Smallville actress, along with four others accused of running the NXIVM sex slave ring known as DOS, faces multiple racketeering charges. The cult has been exposed for luring in women to be abused, starved, blackmailed and threatened.
“It’s more than ridiculous, it is dangerous,” said the source. “You’re innocent until proven guilty, but these are charges that could bring a life sentence. Allison should really be sitting in prison.”
The troubled actress was released on a $5 million bond in April.
As part of the conditions of her release, Mack is strapped with a monitoring GPS device and is subject to random visits by an officer. She is only allowed to use a telephone to make and receive calls from phone numbers agreed to by the government, among other strict limitations.
The NXIVM insider believes Mack’s request is bogus.
“Going to church, really? It’s ridiculous!” the insider exclaimed. “The only God she believes in is Keith Raniere. And who is going to give her a job?”
As of Friday morning, the government had not yet responded to Mack’s request. She and the four other NXIVM defendants are scheduled to appear in court next month.
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