In the upcoming episode titled "Star-Struck Victims" of NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," after a famous actor, who was arrested for rape, is released due to lack of evidences, Rollins (Kelli Giddish) decides to take command and investigate the case.
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According to the synopsis of the episode, "A famous actor is arrested for rape, but then the charges are dropped due to lack of evidence. However, Rollins isn't satisfied with that and takes matters into her own hands."
Rollins suspects that something is not right and the evidences that are available so far have been tampered so that the actor can be saved. However, she is determined to find the truth, and hence, decides to investigate the case off-duty, even though she is aware of the risks involved.
Whether Rollins will be able to find enough evidences against the actor and bring justice to the victim, will be seen only once the episode airs Feb. 24 on NBC.
In the previous episode titled "Collateral Damages," Special Victims Unit went undercover to arrest the gang of human traffickers who were marketing children through several social media websites.
The situation worsened as the investigation revealed that two high-profile personalities were also indulged in the crime. Afterwards, Agent Carisi (Peter Scanavino) and Rollins started to investigate the case on their own.
They found the whereabouts of the paedophile gang that was operating from a safe house. When Carisi and Rollins broke into it, they found that the safe house was equipped with several computers and other electronic gadgets.
The media got the news soon and a woman became topic of discussion after her husband was alleged to be a paedophile who belonged to the same group.
Much to his shock, Carisi found with that one of the squad members was selling porn. He informed about it to Benson (Mariska Hargitay) who afterwards interrogated the whole squad.