Watch video content at TMZ.comAllison Mack, a former "Smallville” star, has just appeared in court to face the music. We mean that she is about to be sentenced in her case regarding sex cult.Mack was rushed Wednesday by a group of photographers and reporters as she brought her to a NYC courthouse. Many of them asked what type of sentence Mack wanted.She kept her face covered and hid behind her team to protect her from the chaos. The questions are still valid, especially since she recently stated that she is seeking serious leniency.Mack's judgment comes just a few days after he wrote a letter to "those who were harmed because of my actions." The Hollywood Reporter obtained Mack's letter. He stated, "it is now paramount for me to say from the bottom of the heart that I am sorry."She wrote that she "threw herself into the teachings Keith Raniere with all she had" and that she "believed wholeheartedly that his mentorship was leading her to a better, happier version of herself."Watch video content March 2018 Frank ParlatoMack, who was in Mexico with Raniere when Raniere was busted in 2018, called his decision to devote her loyalty, resources, and life to him the "biggest mistake and regret in my life."Mack's lawyers requested no jail time in court because she had publicly decried Raniere in a memo. Raniere was sentenced in October to 120 years imprisonment.We reported that Mack pleaded guilty to two counts of racketeering conspiracy in April 2019. Prosecutors claimed that Mack was the pimp of the NXIVM sex-cult, which made headlines all over the globe. She could spend up to 40 years in prison, 20 for each count.