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Detective Amanda Rollins (Kelli Giddish) and her newborn daughter, Nick Amaro (Danny Pino) while he was disciplined and reassigned. Nicolas Amaro is a fictional character on the NBC police procedural drama Law & Order: He also has a son with a former girlfriend, Cynthia, named Gil, whom he meets Benson ends up working the case with Detective Amanda Rollins (Kelli The following are the medals and service awards worn by Detective Amaro. Site Tools 'Law & Order: SVU' Boss Talks Premiere: Rollins Is "Going to Have to how Rollins' relationship with Benson will change and why Amaro is premiere of Law & Order: SVU revealed that Detective Rollins (Kelli.
In the season 14 episode "Deadly Ambition", Kim shows up at Rollins' door after leaving her abusive boyfriend, Jeff Parker Theis Weckesserwho is also the father of her unborn child. One day, Rollins returns home to find Parker apparently raping Kim, and she shoots and kills him. Eventually, however, she discovers that Kim staged the rape to manipulate Rollins into killing Parker, all so she could collect on his life insurance policy.
Kim makes withdrawals from the policy in both their names, making it look as if Rollins masterminded the plan to kill Parker, and disappears. Rollins is arrested and charged with murder, but is exonerated with help from the SVU squad. When he started to get too rough with her, Rollins withdrew her consent, but Patton overpowered and raped her.
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She later helps another of Patton's victims, APD Detective Reese Taymor Dreama Walkerget justice, resulting in Patton going into forced retirement and being put on the sex offender registry. This leads to a conflict with Amaro, who witnessed his father regularly beat his mother, who refused to leave and report him. During an argument, Rollins drunkenly attempts to goad Amaro into hitting her, causing him to walk away. Much later in "Great Expectations", after having a child, she expresses disdain for a mother who did not protect her children from their father's abuse, and refuses to accept the possibility that the mother is also being abused as an excuse.
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It is implied in several episodes that Rollins is in a romantic, or at least sexual, relationship with Amaro. In one episode, a suspect asks if they are sleeping together; they do not answer his question and change the subject.
It is confirmed in season 17 that Amaro and Rollins were romantically involved when Rollins discovers she is pregnant and says Amaro is not the father, meaning they did at least sleep together. The father of Rollins' child is later revealed to be Lt.
Declan Murphy Donal Logueher former commanding officer. Murphy is deep undercover in Eastern Europe when he learns of the pregnancy, but he returns to New York to give her a direct line to him if she ever needs him.
While Rollins is in labor, she suffers a placental abruption, almost resulting in her death, but she survives and gives birth to a baby girl she names Jesse. Carisi, who comes from a large family, sometimes assists Rollins with the baby.
Eventually, however, Rollins comes to see the victim as a human being, and is instrumental in bringing her rapist to justice. While having dinner with the victim to apologize for her behavior, Rollins admits that her prejudice against escorts stems from a former boyfriend cheating on her with one.
In "The Book of Esther", she uses deadly force during a hostage situation with a religious cult. Afterward, she finds out that she fired the shot that killed one of the cult members, a young woman she had tried to save from her abusive father, the patriarch of the cult.
She is wracked with guilt, but finds some comfort in going to church. In "Man Up", she reveals to Benson that she is pregnant with her second child.
Also, she meets up with Dr. Al Pollack, her ex-boyfriend, for a lunch date and prepares to tell him about her pregnancy, but bolts out when she sees him flirting with a waitress and becomes unsure of balancing her second pregnancy with raising Jesse and with her work at SVU.
In "Zero Tolerance", she considers getting back together with Pollack and tells him she is pregnant.
When she is stunned by his reaction offering to pay for her abortion, after bonding with a girl who is separated from her mother and would like another sibling, she later decides to keep the baby, telling Pollack she does not need anything from him. Despite their rocky start, however, Amaro and Benson grow to have a mutual respect for each other and work well together. She tells him the better solution would be to ensure that the perpetrators never see the light of day again.
In the episode "Hunting Ground", Amaro fatally shoots a serial killer who has kidnapped Benson and another woman.
It is the first time he has ever killed anyone, and he's badly shaken by the experience. She subsequently finds out, and they get into a heated argument in the SVU squad room in front of his colleagues that Munch later proclaims was the moment he knew that their marriage was over.
She tells him that the man he saw her with is a psychiatrist she was seeing because she is trying to adapt back into her old life. This, along with his erratic behavior, briefly alienates his SVU colleagues; for example, they are reluctant to give him sensitive information regarding the false charges against Captain Donald Cragen Dann Florekfearing that he will make matters worse.
When Cassidy's lawyer questions him, Amaro is forced to reveal that he had a romantic relationship with the sister of a drug lord he was investigating undercover. Munch then informs him that the NYPD brass is requesting he take a paternity test because the woman is claiming he has a son from the relationship.
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He goes to the woman's house to confront her, but is denied by her boyfriend. Later, while watching the boyfriend pick the boy up from school, he witnesses the man use the boy as a carrier during a drug deal.
Amaro then meets the boy and tells the woman that her boyfriend is using their son to deal drugs. After Cassidy apologizes to Amaro for what his lawyer did, Cassidy helps Amaro bust the boyfriend for drug dealing. The episode concludes with Amaro knocking on the woman's door, and her reluctantly letting him in.
In "Born Psychopath", he is shot by a year-old boy while apprehending him for abusing a young girl.
Amaro begins to show great concern when Rollins, a recovering gambling addictfalls off the wagon, and they grow closer. In the episode "Reasonable Doubt", he comes out of a shower in Rollins' apartment, implying that they had been intimate.