Last Friday, Mack, 35, was arrested on the same charges. Mack Is Best Known for Playing Wholesome Chloe Sullivan on The WB’s , on Fox, among other periodic TV roles.• Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage?
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We'll be adding new classes frequently, so check back often.Prosecutors allege that the women Mack is accused of victimizing, referred to in the indictment as Jane Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2, “believed that if they did not participate in [sexual] activities with Raniere, their collateral would be released.”Authorities suspect Mack forced DOS slaves, including Jane Doe 1, to have sex with Raniere and that Mack “groomed DOS slaves for sex with Raniere by requiring [them] to adhere to extremely restrictive diets and not remove their public hair (in accordance with Raniere’s sexual preferences) and by requiring them to remain celibate and not to masturbate.”According to arguments prosecutors made in court documents, Mack allegedly demanded that the group’s slaves partake in “readiness” drills requiring them to respond to their masters at any time of night.Mack’s slaves were “kept seriously sleep-deprived and emaciated to the point where they stopped menstruating,” prosecutors allege.Mack Allegedly Recruited Women to Be Sex ‘Slaves’According to a statement from prosecutors after Mack’s arrest, the actress allegedly recruited women to join what was purported to be a female mentorship group to address their weaknesses but was actually a group created by Raniere that allegedly took advantage of women sexually.“The victims were then exploited, both sexually and for their labor, to the defendants’ benefit,” Richard P. Prosecutors allege Raniere ran Nxivm like a “pyramid scheme” and created a secret society within the group called “DOS” — which according to prosecutors is “an acronym standing for a Latin phrase that loosely translates to ‘Lord/Master of the Obedient Female Companions.’ ”recruiting other women into the group, according to prosecutors." data-reactid="44"Investigators allege Raniere, who was known as “Vanguard” within the group, occupied the top of the pyramid and was the DOS’s only male member.
Beneath him were tiers of female “slaves,” each of whom could become a “master” by recruiting other women into the group, according to prosecutors.Mack and other women occupied the next tier down from Raniere, authorities believe.