Tonya Couch, a mom of “affluenza” teen Ethan Couch, has only arrived in Dallas after being extradited from California, authorities pronounced today.
She was seen nearing during a Dallas Fort Worth airfield this afternoon on an American Airline flight. She was escorted by military and was seen wearing a vast tip covering her hands.
She was taken off a craft gate-side and was placed in a watchful military vehicle.
After an complete manhunt, Couch was apprehended with her son Ethan in Mexico on Dec. 28 and she was ecstatic by U.S. Marshals to California dual days later, authorities said.
She had a justice coming progressing this week and concluded not to quarrel her extradition to her home state of Texas.
Couch, 48, left a control of a Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department this morning, yet it is misleading if she will have a justice coming currently after invalid processing.
Her 18-year-old son, who was put on hearing in 2013 after a drunk driving occurrence that left 4 people passed when he was 16 years old, stays in a migrant holding trickery in Mexico as his stay of deportation is processed there, authorities said.
During Couch’s sentencing in a dipsomaniac pushing trial, a clergyman hired by a invulnerability testified that a teen was a product of “affluenza” — a tenure he used to report Couch’s insane lifestyle compared with his abundant upbringing — and that insane parenting had “strongly enabled” a accident, notwithstanding a fact that Couch had a blood ethanol turn 3 times a authorised extent on a night of a crash.