Nxivm ‘slave master’ Allison Mack set to be sentenced next month

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Nxivm sex-cult “slave master” Allison Mack is finally set to be sentenced June 30 — more than two years after copping to raps that could land her up to 40 years behind bars.

The 38-year-old former “Smallville’’ TV actress pleaded guilty in Brooklyn federal court in April 2019 to racketeering and racketeering conspiracy charges that included extortion and forced labor. Each charge carries a prison sentence of up to 20 years.

Mack was scheduled to be sentenced in the sensational case in September 2020, but her hearing was postponed to give parole officers more time to write up a pre-sentencing report to help guide the judge.

Mack was accused of acting as one of sicko Nxivm leader Keith Raniere’s right-hand women in the supposed self-help group, which prosecutors said in reality was an abusive system designed to fuel its leader’s twisted sexual desires.

Mack confessed to being part of Nxivm’s secret DOS slave-master group in which some members were branded like cattle with Raniere’s initials and blackmailed into having sex with him and others.

She was among about a half-dozen people charged in the case, including Raniere, who was sentenced in October to 120 years in prison.

Another top Nxivm cohort, Seagram’s heiress Clare Bronfman, was sentenced to more than six years in September — more than a year longer than prosecutors suggested.

The same federal judge in both Raniere’s and Bronfman’s cases, Nicholas Garaufis, will handle Mack’s sentencing.

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