On Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 3, the team's attempt to catch a serial predator is complicated when a celebrity turns out to have fabricated his assault.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 3 revolves around a serial predator who is targeting gay men of color who are not out to their wives. The predator tases and sodomizes his victims and none of them will come forward.

Then a popular black musician reports an assault. He first denies he is gay, then comes out on Instagram and uses his celebrity status to warn people about the predator. Soon, a ton of guys come forward but do not want to testify in court.

Hadid thinks they should subpoena the victims, which Benson doesn't allow her to do. The case quickly hinges on Mathis' testimony, but Mathis is an unreliable witness whose story is different than the other guys' stories. The cops use their new deputy chief as a decoy to catch the rapist, but Mathis is unable to identify him, and worse, soon after the arrest it is proven that Mathis made the whole attack up.

Mathis denies making the story up and claims on TV that the cops refuse to listen to him because of the color of his skin. Meanwhile, Hadid blames the other victims' reluctance to testify for this mess and gives Benson 24 hours to put a case together.

Elsewhere, Noah tells Benson he does not want to play baseball anymore and would rather join a ballet class

To find out what happens, watch Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 3 online.

Episode Details

On Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 3, a serial predator targeting men in gay bars proves difficult to catch until a celebrity comes forward with his story.


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Law & Order: SVU Season 21 Episode 3 Quotes

Ken: I shouldn't even be telling you this much, but these men have wives.
Fin: They're on the down low. That's why he's targeting them. He knows they won't want to talk. Tell them we'll try to keep their case as confidential as possible.
Ken: I'm their advocate, not yours.

Benson [on phone]: Fin. I just heard from Mercy Hospital. Another black male, gay, tased.
Fin: Did he report?
Benson: No.
Fin: What are we supposed to do about it?