Allison Mack Victims, Keith Raniere, NXIVM Human Smuggling
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Allison Mack’s Alleged Sex Cult NXIVM Involved Human Smuggling

Although the court case surrounding Allison Mack and her alleged cult, NXIVM, is already scary enough, it just got even creepier…

According to Radar Online, U.S. attorneys filed papers claiming they have evidence that ties the group to human smuggling.

The evidence came after investigators raided the homes of Mack and NXIVM founder Keith Raniere. Court documents describe the new evidence as such:

“[The materials] identify alleged victims of human smuggling, alien harboring, physical or mental abuse towards an intimate partner…”

The government also claims the new evidence involves crimes related to “sexual abuse or sex trafficking,” according to Radar. In fact, attorneys warned the defendants that the evidence is so damaging, the documents will need to be redacted. They explained:

“Some victim discovery material is composed of highly sensitive information including but not limited to medical information, discussion of mental and physical conditions, photographs and videos of victims, letters and videos that alleged victims provided as ‘collateral,’ sexual history and sexual conversations.”

Related: R. Kelly Accused Of Training 14-Year-Old Girl To Be Sex ‘Pet’

The defense team for Mack and Raniere can only use the new evidence to defend and prepare for their case.

Head right here to learn more. Also, let us know if this new development in the case surprises you or not.

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