When a college student claims rape and her professor claims it was consensual sex, Stabler and Benson find themselves in the middle of a he said, she said battle, trying to decide whether to believe the alleged victim, or the alleged perpetrator who claimed she liked it rough. Benson sides with the victim, whereas Stabler finds himself wondering if the accused professor is telling the truth about being innocent, especially after the woman falsely accuses Stabler of touching her inappropriately. Stabler has bigger problems on his hands; his wife, Kathy, has moved out and taken their children. Written by
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[to Ron Polikoff
You still want to claim that you're the victim here?
Because a woman forced you to have sex with her?
No, because it's my picture in the paper, not hers. My daughter has had to change schools, my wife is suing for sole custody. I've lost my job. My life is a shambles and all I can do is say, "I did not rape her." I did not rape her!