‘Affluenza’ teen who killed 4 goes blank in Texas

'Affluenza Teen' Ethan Couch Missing, Says Probation Officer

Texas authorities are acid for a teen who was found guilty of murdering 4 people while pushing dipsomaniac behind in 2013, afterwards claimed “affluenza” as partial of his defense.

According to a news from The Dallas Morning News Tuesday, Ethan Couch’s hearing officer had been incompetent to hit him and his mom for several days.

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Couch’s judgment of 10 years’ hearing but time in jail or a youthful apprehension trickery now became controversial.

So did his invulnerability team’s evidence that a teen suffered from “affluenza,” a condition in that Couch was incompetent to control his function since of a extravagant, consequence-free lifestyle his resources enabled.

At a time of a trial, a condition was not famous by psychology’s central diagnostic manual.
A video posted to Twitter this month allegedly shows Couch during a celebration with alcohol.

See photos from a trial:

“The pivotal to a whole thing is, did he violate a tenure or condition of his probation?” an profession independent with a box told KTVT.

Those terms have not been disclosed since Couch was a teenager during a time of his trial. A decider has systematic him detained, and he could face 10 years in jail if found guilty of violating his probation.

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