Seth says that he had a confrontation with the victim because he backed out of their deal. Beau wanted to invest in something else. He also says he had a fight with Tiffany Shaw the night he was killed. Her bra is identified as the same one that was used for the murder. Tiffany says she lost her bra in the club when she had “revenge sex” in a bathroom to get back at Beau for rejecting her. She also says that Scarlet Jones once picked up a bag of cash in a trash can. She’s a suspect once again. And, once again, Esposito is bummed.
Scarlet fesses up that she wasn’t after a sex tape. She was hired by Little Frog Enterprises, a children’s media company, to dig up dirt on Beau. The head of the organization says the victim approached him to bail him out of some financial trouble. Beau said he didn’t want “College Girls Gone Crazy” to be his legacy. The CEO was looking for leverage to force him to back off with his board of directors. He turns over the SD card that Scarlet found. Beau was protecting it at all costs. More on that later.
Ronald Armstrong, the founder of a group called “Voices for Decency.” He organized a protest outside the club the night Beau was killed. He had his no idea that his daughter was inside the place at the time. Her name is Candace. She’s a kindergarten teacher. She also knew Beau Randolph intimately. She’s on the sex video that’s on the SD card that Scarlet found. If that tape ever got out, it would destroy her life and her family. She just became the prime suspect.