Two underage models are attacked, raped and killed. The detectives identify the background details of the modeling business.

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Elliot Stabler (as Chris Meloni)
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Two underage models are attacked, raped and killed. The detectives identify the background details of the modeling business.

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In court, Detective Monique Jeffries states that a 13 year old boy (accused of rape) is being raised in an atmosphere that condones rape. As evidence, the prosecutor introduces a Japanese comic book called "Rape Man", about a High School boy who by night, becomes a masked "super hero" who rapes women who wronged him. This is a reference to 1985 japanese manga "The Rapeman", by author Shintarô Miyawaki (also credited by pen-name Keiko Aisaki ), about Keisuke Uwasaki, a High School Teacher who by night works as some kind of alternative "hitman", but instead of killing, he rapes. The original japanese manga was aimed to adult males, mixing violence, erotica and dark comedy. See more »

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Det. Elliot Stabler: Are we boring you, Ms. Lazlo?
Nina Laszlo: A little, yes. This is a huge, huge business, Detective. The girls will do whatever it takes to get where they want to be.
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References Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973) See more »

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The glamorous life of a model
19 March 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The SVU squad catches this case at the hospital door as a comatose young girl is left there. Her age makes this an automatic SVU case not to mention the fact that there are signs of recent sexual activity.

The girl turns out to be a teen model who has a pimp for a father so to speak who sees her as his ticket to the easy life. You get to be the parent of a Lindsay Lohan and life is a sweet ride or at least someone thought so for a while.

Imagine the surprise of Benson and Stabler when on the way to another teen queen model's apartment they find Jerry Orbach and Jesse Martin there and investigating her homicide. Someone has definitely got a mission here.

For the glamorous life of a model you get to hang out with some really egotistical and hard people like agent and former model Bebe Neuwirth and fashion photographer Richie Coaster.

It all revolves around a really high end narcotics racket and a cute scam involving a comatose doctor. The message here seems to be don't get into the modeling game.


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