Can SVU convince an up-and-coming singer to break away from her abusive hip-hop singer boyfriend before it is too late?

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Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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Donald Cragen (credit only)
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Micha Green
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Caleb Bryant (as Roca)
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Can SVU convince an up-and-coming singer to break away from her abusive hip-hop singer boyfriend before it is too late?

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27 February 2013 (USA)  »

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Mirrors the Chris Brown and Rihanna case See more »

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Micha Green: I've been on my own a long time.
Detective Olivia Benson: And here you are again, looking like this. And look at him, acting as if nothing ever happened.
Micha Green: [after looking at Caleb on TV] Caleb thinks he can do this to me and get away with it? It's not happening.
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Can't Help Loving That Man
20 September 2015 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

The SVU squad gets a truly tragic case in this story. Child performer Tiffany Robinson who Ice-T has some history with has now grown up and become a big pop singing star. To make a story book ending all come true she's now married to male pop star Eugene Jones and it looks like a story book ending. Like Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson.

Well we all know how that one went. Now they're are allegations of physical and sexual abuse. There are also rumors of Jones's ungovernable temper and the things he's done that have been covered up because people have a lot invested in them both.

There's no turning back when promoter Charles Malik Whitfield is killed and the cover-up there would rival anything the CIA could concoct.

Tiffany Robinson is stunning in portrayal of a battered spouse. But even at her level of celebrity she still can't break away from a very evil partner.

This is one to see.


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