Actress Allison Mack has been released from federal prison in California earlier than anticipated, marking the completion of 2/3 of her three-year sentence, Your Content has learned.
Mack’s prison term began in September 2021 at the same facility where Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman served time for their involvement in the college admissions scandal. Notably, this prison primarily houses non-violent offenders.
Mack’s conviction on racketeering and conspiracy charges stemmed from her association with the notorious self-help group Nxivm.
During the proceedings, it was revealed that Mack played a significant role as a headhunter for Raniere.
She has expressed remorse for her involvement in the cult, which involved practices such as branding members and enforcing sexual encounters with Raniere.
With her release from prison, Mack will now enter a three-year period of supervised release, according to TMZ.