FANDOM


Hunter Mazelon
Svudelinquent
Name Hunter Mazelon
Occupation Student
Pathology Serial rapist
Double murderer
Family Bree Mazelon (mother)
Status Institutionalized
Actor Sterling Beaumon
First Appearance "Delinquent"

Hunter Mazelon was a juvenile delinquent who was a suspect in several rapes in New York and Oregon and a murder in New York.

HistoryEdit

It turns out that the true reason behind Hunter's dark behavior was because he was repeatedly molested by his babysitter Ellen Huffner when he was seven. His mother Bree didn't find out about it until months later, after his behavior had visibly changed, and she managed to get him to talk about it. However, she refused to file charges against Ellen, later on telling the SVU team that she simply wanted Hunter to "forget about it" so he could become a normal kid, which was also the motive behind her never having him counseled about his assault. It is believed that his encounters with Ellen is what ultimately transformed Hunter into a sociopath.

In the end, he gets his revenge on Ellen by killing her: at first he only wants to know why she raped him but when she refuses to tell him, he resorts to killing her to make sure that no one would suffer the painful life he had. (SVU: "Delinquent")

Known VictimsEdit

  • 2010, Portland, Oregon:
    • Belinda Yoland (raped in an elevator)
    • Trina Rydell (raped off a hiking trail at knifepoint)
    • Teresa Caudill (raped in a parking garage)
    • Nila Sturm (raped)
    • Susan Perry (raped)
  • 2011, New York City, New York:
    • February: Unnamed schoolteacher (groped)
    • April 29: Annie Meyers (intended to rape)
    • May 3: Madeline Harris (raped and slit her throat)
    • May 6:
      • Unnamed technician (assaulted)
      • Ellen Huffner (shot once in the head)

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.