Law & Order: SVU 2017 Preview – Episode 5 Sneak Peek (VIDEO)

Last week on Law & Order: SVU season 19, we watched as the team worked the case of a missing teen named Mandi. After going to a party with some friends and smoking a little pot, she passed out. While she was passed out, someone at the party wrote nasty words all over her with a Sharpie and another took pictures and sent them to everyone in the school. Meanwhile, a third boy raped her.

We found out during the course of the show that it was Mandi’s best friend Andrew who raped her and it was because he was in love with her and she didn’t see him that way. At the end of the show, Mandi asks Benson if she will come speak at her school and she does. The scene at the school was probably the most powerful scene in television and for that reason, I’m going to share it with you here:

If you missed last week’s episode of Law & Order: SVU season 19, make sure you check out my full recap right here to get all caught up!

This week on Law & Order: SVU 2017, a young woman is found roaming around Central Park alone and the team realizes that this young woman was a young girl who was kidnapped 10 years ago. We will get to see as the young woman and her family are reunited, but will it be a happy reunion? Also, Benson sits down with Shiela PorterNoah’s maternal grandmother! How do you think this meeting will go?

Also on tonight’s episode of Law & Order: SVU season 19, Carisi does an interview with a newspaper reporter and it doesn’t turn out quite like he planned. Carisi ends up in some hot water because of it. Come back tonight to find out what happens on Law & Order: SVU 2017 with my full recap, but for now, enjoy this quick preview of tonight’s episode!

Make sure you let me know what you think of this season so far in the comments below or on social media!

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