By now, we all know that Allison Mack helped convict NXIVM cult leader Keith Raniere. After prosecutors asked the judge for a reduced sentence for the actress, she’s now pushing to avoid jailtime altogether. As her June 30th sentencing looms, Mack has apologies for her actions in a letter to the judge. She says she was “brainwashed” by Raniere, and got sucked into his supposed “mentorship” thinking she was on the path to enlightenment. She apologizes for everyone she brought into NXIVM, and says she will work her entire life to make amends and become a more compassionate woman. She calls her involvement with Raniere and NXIVM her “biggest mistake and regret,” and insists she’s “turned her life around since.” Since her arrest, Mack has reconnected with her family, worked for a catering business, and pursued an education at University of California Berkeley. Therefore, she’s asking the court to allow her to keep on that “path of growth and reform” by keeping her out of jail. You can read her full statement by clicking here Do you think she deserves to be sentenced to probation only, or should she be sent to jail. She's facing up to 15 years.