Government To Unload Massive Evidence Against Allison Mack & Sex Cult Co-Conspirators

The government is planning to unload massive evidence against Allison Mack and her NXIVM sex cult co-conspirators in the coming weeks, can exclusively report. obtained a shocking new court document filed by U.S. attorneys, detailing just what evidence they've acquired against the Smallville actress, NXIVM leader, Keith Raniere, and four others.

The new document claims that the government has seized, and will release in the near future, "three electronic accounts belonging to defendant Allison Mack."

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The document claimed that an email account belonging to Raniere, as well as an email account belonging to defendant Clare Bronfman will also be released.

The government claimed in the paperwork that attorneys working on the case have produced over 27,000 pages of discovery materials so far.

Plus, that doesn't include what the government seized from NXIVM properties in Albany and Half Moon, New York that have yet to accessed. According to the document, attorneys are working with the FBI to figure out whether or not some seized property is retrievable.


The shocking document also makes it clear that the investigation into NXIVM is "ongoing." U.S. attorney Richard Donoghue claimed the government "continues to receive new records from a variety of sources."

As readers know, Mack was arrested on April 20 for ties to the NXIVM sex cult. The actress, Raniere and four other defendants are accused of racketeering and other criminal charges including sex trafficking.

The defendants are scheduled to appear in federal court in December.

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