Harry Brant, the 20-year-old son of billionaire Peter Brant and former supermodel Stephanie Seymour, is the latest case in the United States affluenza epidemic. He was arrested on Thursday, July 28 after refusing to pay $27.85 in cab fare.
Tonya Couch, the mother of “affluenza teen” Ethan Couch, was brought back to Texas Thursday after going on the lam in Mexico with her kid and getting caught for ordering shitty pizza. Tarrant County Sheriff Dee Anderson said Friday he was forced to tell her jail was “not a resort” after she complained about being…
Ethan Couch, the teen whose “affluenza” affliction kept him out of jail after killing four in a drunk driving incident, was apprehended in Mexico early this week. Couch and his mother, Tonya, had been on the lam for weeks, evading authorities after the teen violated the terms his probation. It turns out that the…
Affluenza afflictee Ethan Couch has been apprehended with his mother, Tonya, by Mexican officials near the resort town of Puerta Vallarta.
Ethan Couch, the Texas teen who supposedly suffered from a severe “affluenza,” has violated his probation. In case you’ve forgotten about the curious case of Couch, a teen who single-handedly united the internet in rage, he was given ten years of juvenile probation after killing four people in a drunk driving…
Remember Ethan Couch? The teen who avoided prison after killing four people while driving under the influence because he suffered from "affluenza," the terrible condition of being too privileged? Well his father may suffer from a similar condition—he was busted last month for impersonating a cop.
Affluenza strikes yet again.
Ethan Couch, the Texas teenager who killed four people while driving under the influence and only received probation after a defense expert diagnosed him with "affluenza," has been sentenced to rehab.
After being arrested in July for stealing 165 items that totaled more than $2 million from Tiffany & Co, Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun (whose name sounds like a baroness) has been sentenced to one year and one day in prison.
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