Charles Law’s “Law & Order: SVU” has had a tough run in the ratings, but the Emmy-nominated showrunner’s daughter’s relationship with the boyfriend who allegedly raped her is getting even tougher to prove.
In a new book, “Coulomb: The Making of a Feminist, a Family Law Attorney” (Viking), author Lisa St. Clair reveals that she was pressured by her daughter’s father to bring the case, despite the fact that it was an obvious “coup d’etat.”
She also explains why she’s not pursuing a civil lawsuit against her daughter and that her daughter has been a hard-working, loving mother.
St. Clair says that her wife, Jennifer, and daughter were both shocked when their father, Charles Law, took over as showrunner of SVU, and that their father was a racist, anti-Semite who “did everything he could to hurt” her and her family.
St Clair says the episode where the father accused her daughter of lying about the rape was one of her favorite episodes of “Law” because it was one in which she played a role that was “absolutely” in her daughters best interest.
She said her daughter had told her father that the rape had happened in August of 2012, and her father told her to “make the most of the situation,” to get over it and go on to “get a job.”
St. Claire says her daughter did not believe her father at the time, and she did not tell her father.
Stuart Law, her husband, told St. Clare that she told her daughter to get a job to “fix it.”
St. Claire, who has been married to Charles Law for 23 years, says she was told by Charles that his son was in prison, but she said her father “made it clear he would do whatever it took to keep him from being in prison.”
She said the episode in which Charles told his son to “go home” was one that “sounded pretty harsh,” and she was “really disappointed” that her husband did not press charges.
Stacy Law told Stribal News that she does not think Charles has acted out in any way toward her or her family, but that she and her daughter are doing everything they can to “move forward” and that she is “very proud” of her daughter for “bringing her father down.”
She added, “I do think he’s doing everything in his power to protect my daughter and her future.”
St Clair told Stros that she’s still in contact with Charles, who is also her husband.
She added that Charles is “really angry” at her, and has told her she has no “control over the show” and does not “have the power to make it better.”
Streater’s book, which is slated for release in the spring, was the subject of an interview with Striba that was released Tuesday, but Streater also shared her views on Charles, whom she called a “loner” and “insane.”
Stresser, a mother of two, says her husband “isn’t going to do anything to stop [Charles] from doing whatever he wants to do.”
She says Charles’ actions are consistent with his personality and his views on how people should live their lives, and it is “not surprising that people who are abusive have these types of views.”
Stuart and Charles Law were interviewed by Striblnews about the episode, which was released to coincide with the Emmy Awards, and how Charles has “lost control” of the show.
Streaters book was also the subject, in the same interview, of a segment of the Striblar’s television show, “Inside Charles Law.”
Charles, who will turn 65 on Jan. 5, was fired from “Law and Order: Sometime Between” in December of 2016, according to a statement from his lawyer.
Streaters account of her husband’s decision to terminate Charles’ contract came in the wake of a tweet that she posted after his firing.
The “Law: SVUs” episode where Charles accused her of lying to her father was one where I played a very significant role.
The episode where I made a very big difference in his daughter’s life was also one in my daughters favor.
-Charles Law to Stribblnews in an email on Jan 5, 2018Streatr says that Charles’ behavior toward his daughter is “just so out of character.”
She writes that her family was devastated when Charles was fired.
St. Clairs husband and her husband-to-be had a heart attack and she had to take a month off work to care for him.
Staples said that Streatr has been trying to keep Charles and his family in the public eye, but has been “trying to find a way to