Finally! Justice might soon be served in the case of Ethan Couch, as the ‘Affluenza’ teen is now behind the hard-core bars of an adult jail. Maybe now he’ll realize what punishment really is after breaking his 10 year probation for killing four people in a drunk driving wreck!
At long last! Ethan Couch, 18, might be getting cured of his “Affluenza” by spending his first night behind bars with dangerous adult criminals around him. A Texas judge on Feb. 5 moved the pampered teen out of a juvenile facility and into the big house where maybe he’ll get a taste of what actual consequences feels like! We bet this will help him get over the made-up condition that let him literally get away with murder.
At last! It looks like justice might finally be served in the case of ‘Affluenza’ teen Ethan Couch, who killed four people in a drunk driving wreck yet received no prison time because a judge bought his defense that as a rich and spoiled kid, he didn’t know right from wrong!
About time! Ethan Couch, 18, has been deported back to Texas after he fled to Mexico for allegedly violating his 10 year probation – that included no use of alcohol – by playing beer pong. He and his mom were captured in Puerto Vallarta shortly after Christmas 2015 and now he’s finally looking at serious time behind bars as a result of his actions. Unbelievable….he killed four people while driving drunk and didn’t receive any jail time, but by drinking at a party, he’s finally going to see the inside of a prison cell!
The mother of ‘Affluenza’ teen Ethan Couch has been deported from Mexico while her criminal son fights against his extradition. Just hours after her son won a temporary stay in his extradition, Tonya Couch was back in the United States.
Two days after Tonya Couch and her son, convicted killer Ethan Couch, were arrested in Mexico, she was deported and put on a flight from Guadalajara to Los Angeles on December 30. Her extradition begs the question of whether or not Ethan, who was granted a temporary stay of his extradition, will be set to return to the United States after violating his probation and leaving the country.
At last! Ethan Couch may finally see the inside of a prison cell. The teen made national headlines after he failed to receive a jail sentence for driving drunk and killing four people after a judge bought his ‘affluenza’ defense that he was too rich and spoiled to realize right from wrong.
Justice may finally be served in the case of Ethan Couch, 18, the rich and privileged teen who at age 16 drove drunk and plowed into a crowd of people near his Burleson, Texas mansion. He left four people dead and nine others with serious injuries. A national outcry occurred when a Texas judge sentenced him as a juvenile to 10 year probation — with no jail time — because she fell in line with his defense counsel’s claim that because he was so spoiled growing up he never learned that there might be consequences for killing innocent people! Now he’s in custody for allegedly violating his probation.
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