Mother of Boy Left Severely Brain Damaged by 'Affluenza' Teen Speaks of Their Struggle


(Daily Mail) – The mother of a boy left paralyzed and severely brain damaged by 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch has spoken out about the 'hell' her family endured. Sergio Molina, now 18, was in the bed of Couch's truck when the wealthy teenager drunkenly careered into a group of people at the side of a road, killing four.

In a matter of moments, Sergio went from being a talented soccer player with his life ahead of him to being wheelchair-bound, paralyzed from the neck down and only able to communicate by blinking. CONTINUE


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