Affluenza teen Ethan Couch sentenced to 2 years in jail
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Ethan Couch Sentenced To 2 Years In Prison

Ethan ain’t on the run eatin no more!

“Affluenza” teen Ethan Couch, who fled the country with his mother while serving probation killing four people in a drunken-driving wreck and was later captured in Mexico, was sentenced to two years in jail on Wednesday.

Via ABC News:

Ethan Couch, who allegedly violated the terms of his probation from a deadly 2013 drunken-driving case by missing a court-mandated check-in, was sentenced to 180 days in jail for each of the four charges he faces.

The jail time is set to be served consecutively, meaning he will be in jail for 720 days, which would be 10 days shy of a full two years. But the judge did note that the time frame could change.

Judge Wayne Salvant determined that Couch, once released, will not be able to consume alcohol, or leave Tarrant County without his permission.

Oh well, I don’t have an ounce of sympathy for Ethan. He took four lives, was given a second chance, and still blew it.

The only advice I have for Ethan Couch is to sleep on his back.



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