Allison Mack Files for Divorce from Battlestar Galactica 's Nicki Clyne: Report
Smallville's Allison Mack, who pleaded guilty last year and apologized for her involvement in the controversial, cult support group, Nxivm, has reportedly filed for divorce from Nicki Clyne.
38-year-old Mack filed for divorce from 37-year-old Battlestar Galactica actress in Orange County, California, on Friday, according to TMZ.
The couple tied the knot in 2017, federal prosecutors said in court files previously received from PEOPLE. At the time, the one-time Nxivm publicist told PEOPLE that the union was at the behest of Keith Raniere, co-founder of Nxivm.
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Journalist and blogger Frank Parlato, who first covered the alleged branding of female members, previously told PEOPLE that Mack and Clyne were married in February 2017.
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Mack pleaded guilty to a number of extortion and a number of extortion conspiracies in April 2019.
Prosecutors had accused her of recruiting sex slaves for Raniere and his subgroup DOS, which was described as an all-female secret society of "masters" and "slaves" in which women were allegedly forced to be sexually submissive to Raniere.
Mack, best known for her long-standing role as Superman boyfriend Chloe Sullivan on The WB's Smallville, was charged with sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and forced labor conspiracy in 2018. She initially pleaded not guilty.
Mack has to live in prison for 15 years, although a date has not yet been set for her sentencing.
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Raniere was sentenced to 120 years in prison in October.
The conviction came two years after he was taken into custody in Mexico. Raniere was found guilty of sex trafficking, extortion, disability and extortion by the federal government back in June 2019.
Nxivm and the Raniere and Mack criminal cases were the focus of two new documentary series: HBO's The Vow (already extended for a second season) and the Starz series Seduced: Inside the NXIVM Cult.
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