‘Law & Order: Organized Crime’ Star Danielle Moné Truitt Gives Fans Look at ‘Mood for All of 2021’

by Megan Molseed
(Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images for SCAD aTVfest 2020)

There were a few shimmies, a lot of robot moves, a couple of twerks, some definite “whoot-whoot’s,” and a whole lot of smiles and laughter to “Law & Order” actress Danielle Mone Truitt’s June 25 Tweet.

“My Mood for all of 2021!” the “Law & Order” actress exclaimed in her Friday evening Twitter post. It’s a mood that we are all here for, that’s for sure.

We all defintiely know what the actress is celebrating, too. Well, alongside her hashtag #Celebrating40AllYear.

A New Piece To The ‘Law & Order’ Universe

The “Law & Order: Organized Crime” actress has hit the big-time landing the role of New York Police Department Sergeant Ayanna Bell on the hit NBC series which premiered last spring. The series is the most recent addition to the franchise. The show joins other hit dramas such as the original “Law & Order” series, “Special Victims Unit,” and “Criminal Minds.”

This newest addition is a direct spin-off of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” following former Special VIctims detective, Elliot Stabler in his new role working for the Organized Crime Unit.

The new series follows series alum, Elliot Stabler as he is dealing with the murder of his wife, Kathy. This crime is part of the main storyline featured on the NBC drama.

Meet Stabler’s Newest Partner

Danielle Mone Truitt’s “Law & Order” character, Ayanna Bell serves as the squad supervisor of the Organized Crime Contol Bureau task force. She is also detective Elliot Stabler’s current partner.

At the beginning of the new series, partners Bell and Stabler found that they disagreed quite often. Bell isn’t used to Elliot Stabler’s brashness. She approached him concerned that she was threatening witnesses.

This lead to an intense moment between the two “Law & Order” partners as Stabler accused the Organized Crime supervisor of profiling him. This did not sit well with Bell. Bell tells her new partner that he doesn’t know what it’s like to truly be profiled.

Bell’s nephew sustains major injuries during a wrongful arrest. As a result, Bell’s wife is suing the NYPD. This put the “Law &Order” officer in a difficult position because while she is devastated by what her nephew has faced, she is still a member of the police department. To add to the complicated situation, her wife, Denise, left the officer with an ultimatum. Either quit the job she so committed to, or lose her family.

The hit “Law & Order: Organized Crime” series has been renewed for season two. The 24-episode season will premiere in the fall.