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January 17, 2019

‘Smallville’ actress in sex-cult controversy must wear ankle monitor on flights, judge rules

May 30, 2018
“Smallville” alum Allison Mack faces federal charges for her role in NXIVM, an alleged star-studded sex cult headquartered in Albany. (Go Nakamura/New York Daily News)

The feds want to keep their eyes on Superman actress Allison Mack – even when she’s up in the sky.

Mack, who co-starred in”Smallville,” is under house arrest at her parents’ place in California while she fights Brooklyn federal charges of being a bigshot in a salacious sex cult tucked inside the supposed self-help NXIVM organization.

The terms of Mack’s $5 million bond put her under electronic monitoring and say she can only leave for certain reasons, like a trip across the country for a Brooklyn court date.

Mack’s pretrial officers in California usually let defendants take off electronic monitoring bracelets during airplane trips, court papers said.

But that’s not flying with the feds in this case.

On Tuesday, prosecutors asked Judge Nicholas Garaufis to sign off on an order requiring Mack to keep her assigned monitoring device, even aboard a flight.

Mack’s lawyers had no objection to the continuous monitoring, Tuesday’s filing said.

Mack, 35, and co-defendant Keith Raniere, the 57-year-old head of NXIVM and alleged cult mastermind, are due back in court June 12.

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