Ethan Couch, who earlier this year was at the center of an international manhunt after he jumped probation, will spend the next two years of his life behind bars, according to ABC News.
Ethan Couch, the Texas teen in the center of the "affluenza" case, can possibly face time in jail now that a judge has decided to try the 18-year-old as an adult.
The so-called “affluenza teen” Ethan Couch returned to his home state of Texas Thursday after being detained in Mexico while working with his legal team to block deportation orders.
Lakeisha Holloway "has been hit with a total of 71 charges, prosecutors said Wednesday, adding up to more than a millennium worth of jail time," the report says.
The case of so-called "Affluenza Teen" Ethan Couch has taken a new turn since he and his mother's capture in Mexico last month.
State District Judge Wayne Salvant ordered the mother tracked with an ankle monitor. She will live with her other son, Ethan's half-brother Steven McWilliams, who testified that she didn't have to funds to cover the initial $1 million bond.
Tonya Couch has been arrested on charges of helping her son escape.
Affluenza teen Ethan Couch was discovered by authorities after a phone order to Domino's Pizza gave away his location, FOX News reports.
Ethan Couch, 18, the North Texas teen found responsible for a drunk-driving crash that killed four people in 2013, and his mother, Tonya, 48, were captured Monday at 6 p.m. in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, a spokesperson for the Jalisco state prosecutor's office told ABC News.
Ethan Couch, the teenager who avoided jail time after killing four people in a DUI crash due to his defense team's "affluenza" argument -- that stated the rich kid's parents were to blame for spoiling him -- is wanted by the police for violating his probation.
Another day, another issue that Cash Money’s head honcho Birdman has to deal with. In conjunction with Mack Maine, Birdman is being sued for misidentifying a teenager as Ethan Couch, the kid who killed four people and somehow avoided jail time. According to TMZ, parents Mark and Becky English claim they were shocked to learn that a picture […]
If your parents shelter and protect you to the point that you can’t make good decisions, should you be held responsible for the bad choices you make? In the case of Ethan Couch, it seems the answer is no. Yesterday, Judge Jean Boyd ruled that Couch would be given no jail time, and instead sentenced to […]