How ‘Smallville’ actress Allison Mack tried to lure actress into an alleged sex cult

Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack, co-stars in the long-running Superman-prequel TV series 'Smallville,' have been accused of allegedly being 'key recruiters' for a violent sex-slave cult called NXIVM, and run by recently arrested self-help guru Keith Raniere.

Allison Mack was gaunt, fragile, sugary sweet — and eager to lure women into the twisted world of the Nxivm sex cult, an actress who was targeted told The Post on Saturday.

Beautiful Pakistani-born actress Samia Shoaib, who had roles in the ’90s flicks Pi and The Sixth Sense, still has the overly friendly — even frantic — e-mails Mack sent her in hopes of getting her on board.

The two had met at an audition for an NBC pilot in New York in 2013. Shoaib was immediately innundated with requests to meet and share a friendship.

Allison Mack (left) and Samia Shoaib.  (Reuters/Getty)

“Is there anything you have read that you can send to me? I would love to get into your brain a bit?!” Mack emailed her in March of that year.

Shoaib was shocked last week to learn that Mack was arraigned Friday on federal sex trafficking charges.

At the time, she recalled to The Post, Mack seemed desperate, but hardly dangerous.

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“Smallville” actress Allison Mack was arrested Friday for her alleged involvement in sex slave cult Nxivm.  (Reuters)

“I wish I could tell you alarm bells went off, but they really didn’t. She was a very sweet girl.”

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