'Smallville' Star's Alleged Sex Cult Explored In New NXIVM Documentary

'Smallville' Star's Alleged Sex Cult Explored In New NXIVM Documentary

A federal judge in Brooklyn agreed to release Allison Mack on $5 million bond and placed her under home detention in California.

The docu-series will cover the group's history, its current legal status and the allegations against high-level members of the supposed cult.

A USA magistrate judge released Mack, known for her role in WB Television's "Smallville" series, after her parents agreed to put the family's Los Alamitos, California, home up as collateral and Mack, 35, agreed to live with her parents under house arrest. What's more, evidence of her apparent attempts to lure other female celebrities into the mix - like Harry Potter star Emma Watson and singer Kelly Clarkson - has painted a rather sordid picture of what Mack was supposedly doing for the past few years. She'll also be subject to electronic monitoring and restrictions on computer and cellphone use.

Mack was indicted last week on charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy, according to a statement released by the Justice Department.

Prosecutors say she helped recruit sex slaves for leader Keith Raniere and his group. "Do you understand?" Judge Viktor Pohorelsky asked Mack on Tuesday.

Allison Mack, best known for playing Superman's friend, walked in silence with her lawyers to a waiting auto two blocks away as photographers swarmed.

Kristin Kreuk, who played Superman's love interest in "Smallville" admitted to participating in one of the group's programs, but has said she was not involved in NXIVM's inner circle and did not recruit anyone.

During the hearing more details emerged of the heinous crimes she's been accused of playing a part in - as she's been accused of being a key player and second-in-charge of the diabolical "secret sisterhood", involving exploitation, blackmail and the branding of Raniere's name on victims' skin, as well as, it is claimed, her initials.

A TV series based on Keith Raniere's alleged cult Nxivm is in the works.