On June 15, 2013, the then-16-year-old, drunkenly climbed behind the wheel of his pickup truck and went for a nighttime drive near Fort Worth. Crammed inside his pickup were five friends; two more sat in the back. With his blood-alcohol level three times the adult driving limit and with traces of Valium and marijuana in his system, Couch couldn’t stay on the road. Going more than 70 mph, he swerved into a broken-down car.
The crash killed four people working on the disabled car. Two of Couch’s friends were critically injured. One was paralyzed. The collision could be heard from a half-mile away. Afterward, pieces of people and automobiles were scattered over an area the size of a football field.
The carnage “looked more like a plane crash than a car wreck,” a Tarrant County Sheriff’s deputy later recalled.
When it came time for Couch’s day in court, though, a psychologist argued that the fatal crash largely could be chalked up to the teenager’s condition: “affluenza.”
Couch was the product of “profoundly dysfunctional” millionaire parents who encouraged his bad behavior, according to G. Dick Miller, the psychologist."
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