Attractive and charismatic, Molly Simmons (30) draws stares as she walks into a dive bar. The Bartender tells Molly that this is no place for her. But Molly is undeterred, orders herself a drink, and moments later is joined by a Skeevy Guy who's been waiting for her to show. In a cryptic exchange, she asks if he has what she needs; he says that he does. She pulls cash from her purse to pay him, but he's nervous, says they need to go someplace more private. Molly nods for him to follow her outside and as they exit into the night... she vanishes.
Our agents learn that Molly graduated from covering celebrity gossip to writing hard-hitting exposes for an on-line magazine. Did the subject of her latest piece, an Eliot Spitzer-like Politician, come after her for tying him to a drugs and prostitution scandal? That theory is complicated when Molly's editor reveals that she fabricated a source for the story. With her entire body of work now under suspicion, could new victims of her deception have emerged? The case takes a turn when we discover that upon leaving the bar Molly checked herself into a mental institution... under an assumed name. We arrive only to find that she is not at the facility and unaccounted for. Was this another expose? Did staff at the institution discover her true aim and silence her? Or was Molly hiding from those on the outside who would do her harm? Needing answers, our agents must delve into a murky world where reality and perception do not always agree. As Molly's hidden motives are revealed, it becomes clear that she is squarely in harm's way, completely unaware that collateral damage she caused is circling back at her.