Previously on "How to get away with murder"...
The search continues for Lila Stangard.
- What happened? -They found her in one of those water tanks.
Afraid you'll kiss me again if we get too close?
"Never happening again."
That guy, he was just sex.
- Oliver. - I said leave!
You get Rebecca back.
Are you in love with her?
I need you to do something else for me.
Whatever you need.
Surveillance coverage of O'Reilly for the last 48 hours.
Go tell Rebecca it's safe to come home.
I don't think you should go to jail
for something you didn't do.
No one's ever believed in me like this before.
He's dead. He's dead.
We have to go.
Good enough until we get you out of here.
Wes! Hurry the hell up!
It's gonna be fine.
Griffin called me around midnight,
asked if I had anything I could sell him.
So I went to the frat house
and sold him some coke and molly.
He invited me to hang out,
so we started drinking, doing some lines.
Griffin said he had some pot,
so we went up to his room to smoke a bowl.
Next thing I know, we're kissing.
We had just started, when Lila came in.
Apparently, I texted her,
which I have no memory of.
I just remember Lila yelling, hitting me.
Griffin pulled her off.
I tried to find her to explain what happened and apologize,
but I couldn't, until I got to the roof.
Then I strangled her and stuffed her in a water tank.
Oh, my gosh. You guys are so gullible.
Rebecca, take this prep seriously
or go to jail.
Isn't it kind of your job to make sure that doesn't happen?
You slut, white-trash killer.
You made Griffin strangle that girl on the roof.
You liked watching her die
because that's the piece of garbage you are!
That's what everyone in the world is gonna say about you.
You don't care, neither do I.
I'm not the one that's gonna be beaten,
raped, and violated in jail.
That's on you.
So, what happened the night of Friday, August the 29th?
Start from the beginning.
Maybe-maybe we should take a break.
Five minutes, and then we'll start again.
And Romeo saves Juliet again.
It's kind of sweet.
It's inappropriate and unprofessional and crazy.
They got to be doing the nasty by now, right?
Although, I-I can't picture the puppy that way.
Why would you want to?
I picture everyone having sex.
Oh, how's it going with Aiden, by the way?
You two break up yet?
Look at me like that again,
and I'll file a sexual-harassment suit.
Turn on the news.
What is it?
Sex is out of the bag.
A witness has revealed new evidence
that Rebecca Sutter and Griffin O'reilly
had sexual intercourse
the night that Lila Stangard was murdered.
There have been rumors of a relationship
between the two codefendants before,
but now an anonymous source is claiming it was Miss Sutter
who initiated the physical relationship,
as Mr. O'reilly had taken a vow of virginity.
Call the Judge and get a hearing for a gag order.
Proof of a sexual relationship between the two codefendants
certainly gives more weight to the prosecution's theory
that it was Miss Sutter
who manipulated Mr. O'reilly into killing his girlfriend.
- You still feel like making jokes now? - With this evidence,
it's beginning to look more and more
like the story of a young love triangle
gone tragically awry.
The prosecution has leaked gossip to the press
in order to slut-shame my client
- and poison the jury pool. - That is an offensive accusation.
I move for an immediate gag order.
Ms. Keating is speculating, Your Honor.
She can make all the wild allegations she wants.
Slutter cleans up pretty nice.
- My office had nothing to do with this leak. - Really?
"O'reilly and Sutter had sexual intercourse“
"while high on cocaine, marijuana, and methamphetamines,"
And that's a direct quote
from the detective's statement in discovery.
Which doesn't prove that my office was behind it.
It could have just as easily
been Mr. O'reilly and his counsel.
Right, because releasing information
that paints my client, a devout, born-again Christian...
as a drug-taking, sex-crazed jock serves our case how?
It doesn't matter who leaked it.
Everyone knows that it's the woman
who gets vilified in these scenarios.
I mean, look at these articles.
It's my client's face smeared across the front page,
not Mr. O'reilly's.
And that is my fault how?
I don't have editorial control over the papers.
However this information got out,
and this court will be investigating just that...
the public's appetite for this case
could result in undue bias for the codefendants.
Therefore, I'm granting the gag order.
And from here on out,