Allison Mack Begs Judge To Toss Out Sex Trafficking Charges In Epic Denial
Allison Mack has begged a judge to toss out sex trafficking charges for her alleged involvement in the NXIVM sex cult, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
According to explosive documents filed in federal court on Nov. 16, Mack makes an epic denial that she is not guilty of racketeering, forced labor conspiracy and sex trafficking because her "conduct simply does not fit the crimes with which she is charged."
Mack was arrested earlier this year in addition to NXIVM founder Keith Raniere and four others. The six defendants were charged with racketeering and other sex-related charges for allegedly blackmailing, threatening and assaulting women.
In the shocking documents, Mack claims she did not know about the alleged sex crimes, which included forced labor services.
"The sex-trafficking charges likewise fail to state a claim because Ms. Mack never received anything of value on account of a sex act," the document stated.
Plus, the Smallville actress claimed in the documents that she "never received any money from her participation in DOS at all, let alone on account of a sex act as required under the statutes."
Mack formerly admitted to creating a branding ritual, where NXIVM women who joined the alleged inner sex ring known as DOS were branded with Raniere and Mack's initials using a cauterizing iron.
However, Mack claims the government's allegations against her "show that Ms. Mack never instructed anyone to partake in a sex act and did not even know that the alleged sex acts were occurring."
Actress Catherine Oxenberg claimed in her tell-all that her daughter, India, was one of Mack's sex slaves. She wrote that the former CW actress took her "pimping" duties "very seriously."
According to Catherine, Mack instructed women to have sex with the middle-aged Raniere and "granted" the women permission to "enjoy" it. However, the Smallville star would then turn her back on slaves because of jealousy, Catherine claimed in the book.
However, Mack's attorneys claimed the indictment which charged her and five other defendants is missing information that would make it possible for her to be guilty of the charges.
According to the document, Mack's attorneys argue that the indictment is "constitutionally deficient" because the trafficking counts against Mack "lack specificity."
All six NXIVM defendants are scheduled to appear in court next month. The shocking filing stated that if the court denies their motions to dismiss, they will file additional motions for severance and suppression.
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