AceShowbiz - Embattled actress Allison Mack will learn her fate in her racketeering case in June (21).
The former "Smallville" star pleaded guilty to the charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labour charges for her role in the controversial Nxivm cult two years ago, and she was originally set to be sentenced in September 2019.
However, the date was postponed to give New York authorities additional time for pre-sentencing investigations and now it's been set for 30 June (21).
Mack is facing 15 years to life in prison.
The self-help group's leader, Keith Raniere, was sentenced to serve 120 years behind bars following his conviction on seven felony counts, including sex-trafficking, child pornography, and racketeering, in October (20).
India Oxenberg, daughter of "Dynasty" star Catherine Oxenberg, was among the victims of the cult organization.
"It was an abusive dynamic just by the sheer fact that she [Allison] had control over me," she said in an interview on "Good Morning America". "She did it strategically. She knew that I was at a vulnerable place in my life and I was desperate for something, and she targeted me for that."
Besides Allison Mack and Keith Raniere, Seagram's heiress Clare Bronfman was arrested as well. She was sentenced to serve more than six years behind bars for her links to the Nxivm cult.
The daughter of late Canadian billionaire Edgar Bronfman, Sr. pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to conceal and harbour an illegal alien for financial gain and fraudulent use of identification in 2019. Bronfman, who brought women into the country illegally and helped fund the cult, became the first person to be sentenced in the case.