On Law & Order: SVU Season 19 Episode 6, the detectives investigate the goings-on at a drug rehab for troubled girls after a resident overdoses.

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Law & Order: SVU Season 19 Episode 6 tackles the opioid epidemic and people taking advantage of emotionally disturbed teenagers.

When Natalie Curtis is found dead of a fentanyl overdose, the detectives learn she was a resident at a drug treatment facility for troubled girls. She supposedly ran away at the time of her death, but when an autopsy shows she was pregnant the detectives have a lot of questions.

The program director isn't forthcoming and a judge rules in his favor when he tries to withhold Natalie's records, so Barba tells Rollins she has to find a new way to get evidence. Rollins manipulates a social worker by pretending she wants to work for her.

The evidence is inadmissible, but it does lead to a new area of investigation, and the detectives discover a link between the rehab facility and a sober living facility where the girls are being coerced into having sex. Will the detectives be able to prove it?

Meanwhile, Sheila is disappointed that Benson won't let her babysit her grandson, but after talking with her about how drugs destroyed Ellie, Benson relents.

To find out what happens, watch Law & Order: SVU Season 19 Episode 6 online.

Episode Details

On Law & Order: SVU Season 19 Episdoe 6, Detective Rollins goes undercover at a high-end rehab facility when a teenage girl is found dead after being there.

Rating: 4.9 / 5.0 (14 Votes)
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Law & Order: SVU Season 19 Episode 6 Quotes

Benson: ME says the heroin was laced with Fentyanol. That's what killed her.
Rollins: Search of the trash nearby didn't turn up her ID or cell phone.
Benson: I don't suppose there were any prints?
Rollins: Nothing we can use. DNA's not in the system, either.
Benson: It's the saddest thing. A dead Jane Doe.

Benson: So how are you liking New York?
Sheila: It's interesting.
Benson: I'm sure.[phone rings] Excuse me. [into phone] Benson. Okay. I'll be right there. [hangs up]
Sheila: Is everything okay?
Benson: It's just a work thing.
Sheila: Oh. I'd be happy to stay with Noah.
Benson: Thanks, but I'm already calling Lucy.
Sheila: I understand.