U.S. attorneys filed explosive court documents on Friday claiming they have seized evidence proving Allison Mack's alleged sex cult involved human smuggling, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The shocking papers were filed in federal court. They explain in detail the scathing evidence the government has obtained against Mack and her co-defendant Keith Raniere after investigators raided their respective homes.
According to the U.S. attorneys, the evidence seized contains "highly sensitive" information of both defendants and their alleged victims.
As Radar readers know, Mack and Raniere were arrested on sex trafficking charges for running the alleged sex cult known as NXIVM.
Raniere is currently in prison without bail while Mack is under house arrest in California.
According to the documents, the discovery materials the government obtained "identify alleged victims of human smuggling, alien harboring, physical or mental abuse towards an intimate partner" and "stalking."
Additionally, the government claims the evidence involves sex-related crimes such as "sexual abuse or sex trafficking."
The attorneys warned the defendants that the materials by the government are so damaging that the documents will need to be redacted.
The paperwork explained: "Some victim discovery material is composed of highly sensitive information including but not limited to medical information, discussion of mental and physical conditions, photographs and videos of victims, letters and videos that alleged victims provided as 'collateral,' sexual history and sexual conversations."
Mack and Raniere's attorneys are allowed to use the discovery material "only for the purposes of preparing and defending" their case, the documents state.
However, due to the nature of the evidence, the filing stipulates that attorneys are advised not to disclose any of the materials to "any person who is a current or former student or employee of NXIVM."
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