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In Topic: Usa Thread

Today, 03:44

The 2016 election collusion exposed....

In Topic: Usa Thread

Today, 03:43

President Trump getting people working!

In Topic: Sukhumvit Pubs, Family Friendly?

Today, 00:04

Pubs on Soi 22 would be OK with your teen age son, try Moonshine.

In Topic: New Zealand Thread

Today, 00:02

So Coss, you think that circumventing laws by using other countries to spy is OK?

Buckingham Palace has their own stink...SERCO for one....which is also established in New Zealand....

In Topic: Usa Thread

Yesterday, 00:17

Hollyweird....again...are the prosecutions of the players in Hollyweird starting for real???

'Smallville' star released on $5 million bond, working on plea deal in alleged sex-cult case

Allison Mack will be released on $5 million bond stemming from sex-trafficking charges, Yahoo Entertainment confirms. She will serve home detention with electronic monitoring until her next court date.

The Smallville star was in federal court in Brooklyn on Tuesday where Mack’s mother, Melinda Mack, put up her home in Los Alamitos, Calif. as collateral, in addition to property and a bank account owned by Allison Mack. According to Variety, Allison Mack will live with her parents during home detention.

Last week, both Mack and Keith Raniere were charged with sex trafficking, sex-trafficking conspiracy, and forced-labor conspiracy due to their involvement in an alleged sex cult. The 35-year-old actress allegedly recruited women as sex slaves for a secret “sorority,” called DOS, within the self-help group, NXIVM. Raniere, the founder of NXIVM (pronounced “Nex-e-um”) and alleged cult leader, was arrested last month...