Detectives Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of college student Bridget Kaylin who is found dead in her school's library. They learn from campus authorities that there have been a number of attacks on female students recently and they check out an ex-boyfriend and several of her friends, but it leads to nothing. A credit card receipt leads them to a posh restaurant where one of the workers recognizes her photo - and who is convinced that she working as a high-class prostitute. The detectives set up a sting and one of Bridget's classmates admits that several of them have been working as high class call girls organized by Shelley Taggert with the tacit approval - if not more - of her father, businessman Barry Taggert. ADA McCoy uses racketeering statutes against Taggert when he's obviously helped his daughter run off to Europe. Shelley returns but getting a conviction will not be easy. Written by
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[referring to Barry Taggert
So this was a full-service family business? He provided the shoes; his daughter provided her friends?
References I Dream of Jeannie