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Meanwhile, the woman, believed to be the wife and mother, continued to pace in the living room. I was not sure at that moment if the man would actually attempt to physically restrain her.
As we moved towards the sidewalk and safety of the police car, I looked back to see the man glaring and wondered if he might take his anger on his wife. I immediately asked the girl felt it OK leaving her mother alone with her father.
She related that for as long as long as she could remember her father controlled every aspect of the lives of she and her mother. Since entering University two years earlier, and as she began to spend more around other adults, she came to understand how fully her father control almost every aspect of her life.
He planned all her school courses and set a strict schedule for study, a pattern she was expected to follow without question or comment. All aspects of her life at home, including who might be allowed to phone or come to the house and who could be a friend to either her mother or herself was controlled by her father. She was never allowed to stay overnight away from home and was seldom allowed to attend any event outside the confines of the University unless her parents were present.
At the office, the young woman told me she wanted to leave home to live with friends, but her father forbade her from doing so.
At one point, her mother tried to intervene, but the father had simply ordered the mother to stay out of the discussion. The daughter loved her mother but knew she was also hopelessly controlled.
We touched on the subject of physical abuse against either herself or her mother, but the daughter stated the abuse was entirely mental. On the phone, he was abusive and stated he was contacting his lawyer and that he wanted his daughter brought home immediately.
The conversation ended when he hung up. On asking the young woman what she wanted to do next, she stated she would prefer to have her friends pick her up.
They arrived within a half hour, and all were soon on their way. The young woman was asked if she felt intervention on behalf of her mother was needed, but she stated she it would be OK. She stated she would phone her in the morning after her father left for his office. The man slammed the door stating our office would be hearing from his lawyer.
During our short conversation, the wife was sitting within hearing distance in the living room. There did not appear to be sufficient grounds to intervene on her behalf given what the daughter had told me. Back at the office, I phoned the daughter and learned the mother was OK, but her father would need some time to settle down.
The girls stated that after her father left for his office, she and her friends would stop by the house to pick up her belongings and speak to her mom. She regularly called her mother, and periodically they had lunch, but she never spoke to her father who had told his wife he wanted nothing further to do with the girl.
While it was a tragic case of an over-controlling man, it was indeed fortunate the daughter had become strong enough to break the bonds of fear which encased the family. If she had not, and the father had prevailed in coercing her back into the home, what would have been the police options? Harold 1Law and Order: Link here to a summary of the TV episode. They have record of calls from Nyle Brite, and all the calls came from the main office.
But Eames says only one person brags about paying to play. But Paul Keller Spencer Garrett enters and sees that Nyle is stoned and is concerned as the bankers will be there in an hour. Nyle is wired and Paul says he is a mess and needs to see a doctor as there is no room in the business for psychotic behavior and gross stupidity. Nyle thinks he is under control.
There seems to be an injury on Sarah that occurred a day before the shooting. Goren thinks someone was swinging at her as she was turning away, like an argument that got out of control. Nyle says he does not recognize her and gave her none of his clothes. Goren shows him a photo of her dead and he freaks at it, saying it is bad mojo. They speak with Teddy and he confirms the breakfast. He knows Sarah and is shocked that she is dead.
He saw her a few days ago at the after party as he asked her and a few others to come. He says Nyle was otherwise engaged.
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He says he did not call her, only texted. Goren sees that Teddy is a special consultant to Nyle.
Teddy says he is a sounding board, and Goren says that means he does everything for Nyle, and Eames adds like buying cocaine and hookers. Teddy says they grew up together. He never gave her name. Goren sees a magazine on Palm Beach Real Estate on her desk and comments that he thought people were cutting back on pricey therapy. She says there is only one reason to have wealthy clients over poor ones, the wealthy ones know money does not solve your problems.
At the florist shop, they check on flowers Sarah purchased last Sunday and find she sent a bouquet to Nyle. She reads the note back — the same message Nyle got with the flowers. Afterwards, Goren thinks Sarah had something on Nyle that could blow him up. Goren tells him it is clear Nyle lied about the victim, and it seems either Nyle or Teddy could have had the time to kill her.
Hannah thinks that people could get rich from the IPO and that is a damn good motive for murder. He says he knows nothing about Sarah and he tells them to contact his attorneys for any more financial information.
When Goren suggests he will call Goldman to tell them Paul is involved in a murder, Paul relents and says he will have the information sent over to them. Goren adds he lost his own brother in the same way.
Goren thinks Paul should be focusing more on getting Nyle into rehab than on the IPO, and Paul replies that he is a businessman, not a saint. She says they are looking at condos there, and said she never met Sarah. Her son overhears the discussion add she tells him to go to this room, that it is OK.
She has been with Nyle for 20 years and says he has multiple addictions and would not hit or kill a call girl. Eames comments about how much money Lance Armstrong rained with those bracelets. Goren says the purple ones are worn to raise awareness of domestic violence.
Eames suggests they go back to Teddy. He said she wanted out.
He says about six months ago a woman named Jasmine had a video of Nyle that was pretty ugly. The detectives speak with Jasmine, who said Paul Keller paid her off to keep silent about Nyle's drug use. She saw Sarah at Nyle party and when Nyle saw her he freaked out and ended the party.
She said they looked like they were married. The detectives go back to Nyle and they mention they know he shut the party down when he saw Sarah because she was blackmailing him. Nyle asks if she is a crazy person and then threatens to sue them for slander.Rethinking infidelity ... a talk for anyone who has ever loved - Esther Perel
Goren asks if Nyle ever played a music instrument, and he tells them he picked up the clarinet when he was When Goren asks if he gave Sara a clarinet as a give, Nyle gets evasive. He wanted to pretend she never showed up at the party and was not a prostitute.
Nyle admits he tracked her down to talk her, and she slapped him first and he lost it, he had been on a bender. He continues to get more and more upset and Eames tells him he is a train wreck. Harper is there too. Debra says everything will be fine. He tells her to save the speak, he knows the game she and Debra are playing. Back at Major Case, Goren and Eames talk about a family trust that Nyle set up within the last 6 months — and the money will be controlled by his wife.
They speak with Debra about it and she tells them Nyle wanted to set up a nest egg for them in case something happened to him.
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Harper and admits Harper is her shrink too — and Goren brings up Nyle abusing her. While they are talking, Tyler comes into the room to tell them Nyle is on TV. Goren brings up the fact that Nyle had a daughter named Chloe Miller, and Debra glares at him and says if they have any more questions to talk to her lawyer.
Back at Major Case, Hannah speaks the with detectives about what to do next, trying to find any reason to bring him in. But they are having a hard time locating him. There is a townhouse registered to his company on Hudson Street, maybe his home sway from home. Hannah suggests they move him into a studio at Sing Sing. When the detectives arrive at the townhouse, the door is open and the TV is on but no one seems home. They draw their guns when they seem Nyle dead on the floor.
They hear a noise in a closet and open it to find a woman hiding, and crying. Later, with more police on the scene, the woman said she did not see anything and she hid in the closet.