An actress who spoke with The Post on Saturday revealed that she didn’t expect the Smallville alum to be involved with nefarious practices. As it was previously reported, the small-screen star supposedly recruited women to join what’s been called a “sex-cult.”
According to the actress, Samia Shoaib – born in Pakistan – she still has the emails from Allison attempting to get her to join what she thought was a personal development group.
Shoaib – who had roles in the classic film, Pi, in addition to The Sixth Sense starring Bruce Willis – said Allison was too friendly and somewhat “frantic” in her communications with her, but still nice, nonetheless.
Following an audition for a television show in the Big Apple in 2013, Shoaib stated Allison spoke with her and began requesting her to become friends, in a matter which was clearly unusual, but seemingly harmless.
Mack sent her an email in March of 2017 which asked her if there were any books they could share because she wanted to “get into (her) brain” a bit.
Following the revelation of her involvement with the alleged cult, NXIVM, Shoaib stated she was shocked to hear Allison was involved with such a thing.
At the moment, Mack is currently facing off against sex-trafficking charges, as well as the head of the enterprise, Keith Raniere, who vehemently denied the accusations on the company’s website.
Even though their interaction was strange, and Allison seemed “desperate,” she didn’t appear to be dangerous to Samia.
When speaking with reporters, Shoaib said she wishes she could say that she noticed there was something seriously wrong with the situation, but she couldn’t. The Pakistani-beauty explained, “(Mack) was a very sweet girl.”