In the Law & Order: Special Victims Unit episode “Dearly Beloved,” a woman named Kitty Bennett attends the wedding of therapist Dr. Joshua Hensley (T.J. Thyne, Bones). She wasn’t invited. When the priest asks if anyone objects, Kitty stands up and accuses Hensley of sexual assault. Hensley claims he doesn’t know Bennett but reveals a number of strange things have been happening, weeks leading up to the wedding, including a burglary.
Someone broke into his and his fiancee’s apartment and poured tomato juice all over the wedding invitations. When questioned by the police, Bennett said she learned about the wedding via Hensley’s Instagram account. The episode is directed by Lucy Liu (Charlie’s Angeles, Elementary).
Kitty Bennett is portrayed by Shiri Appleby. She’s known for her roles on UnREAL (Rachel Goldberg), Code Black (Carla Niven), Girls (Natalia), Chicago Fire (Charice), Life Unexpected (Cate Cassidy), ER (Dr. Daria Wade), Roswell (Liz Parker), and as Gina in the 2000 Bon Jovi music video “It’s My Life” (see video below). Law & Order: Special Victims Unit airs Thursdays at 10 pm on NBC, right after Will & Grace.