Cut to Andrew, beating on the front door to Sarah's house, without success. That certainly looks like it could be suspicious and is therefore entirely innocent, doesn't it?
Cut to a tearful Sarah, meeting with Harrison. She says Andrew showed up at her house "out of control." Harrison asks if he hit her. She says he didn't, but he threatened her. She says Andrew threatened to kill her because he hates Harrison. Harrison asks what he did to make Andrew hate him. Sarah responds, "You made me fall in love with you." Gah! This is a Lifetime movie. Where's Markie Post? She suggests breaking up for their mutual safety, but then realizes she'll be giving Andrew exactly what he wants. She worries that he'll come over again, and she'll be helpless to protect herself. Harrison suggests maybe she shouldn't be helpless. She asks if he means she should take self-defense classes or buy a gun. Of course that's what he means! How brain-damaged are these people? Harrison tells her he "knows a guy." Oh, one of them. He can set her up with a gun.
Suddenly we're listening to a recording of a 911 call Sarah made, accusing Andrew of abusing her. We're listening to this, along with Tru, in Meredith's office on her computer. See, we have to listen to Sarah explain what "self-defense" means, yet nobody can explain what the hell Meredith does for a living and how she gets access to this stuff. On the tape, Sarah tells an operator that Andrew beat her up and drove off after threatening to kill her. Then it sounds like Andrew has returned and is attacking her again, and then the tape stops. Meredith says a friend of hers in the DA's office helped her track it down from a year ago. So she's not in the DA's office. Is she perhaps a public defender? No, the building's too nice. And she wouldn't be able to afford a drug habit. Based on the 911 call, Tru thinks that Andrew was lying to her earlier. When the police showed up, Andrew was gone. The police put out a warrant, but then Sarah went back the next day to make sure no charges were filed. Sigh. The victims don't decide whether or not the DA presses charges. Oh, never mind. Tru asks why she didn't want charges pressed. Meredith responds, "Classic battered women's syndrome. See it all the time." Maybe she's a social worker? No, that doesn't fit either. Tru thanks Meredith for her help.