Allison Mack was released on $5 million bond Tuesday and will serve home detention at her parents’ California residence.
Mack, according to federal prosecutors, helped recruit women to be slaves of a man who promoted himself as a self-improvement guru.
And her tweets, as unveiled by Business Insider on Tuesday, might have revealed that Mack had a couple of high-profile celebrities within her sights.
Mack reached out to “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson about a “unique human development & women’s movement” via Twitter, and she also tried to befriend pop singer Kelly Clarkson through the social media platform.
Mack’s third tweet came in early March 2016, when she told Watson that she “Would love to chat with a fellow change-maker!”
Prosecutors say Mack, 35, was a member of the cult-like organization NXIVM (NEX’-ee-um) and recruited sex slaves for its leader, Keith Raniere.
She allegedly had “slaves” underneath her in the organization and “directly or implicitly required” two women “to engage in sexual activity with Raniere,” according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York.
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