Dad of 'affluenza' teen sentenced for posing as Fort Value cop


FORT WORTH, TX (KTRK) —

The daddy of the so-referred to as ‘affluenza’ teen, Ethan Sofa, will spend the subsequent yr on probation.

A jury in North Texas convicted Fred Sofa of false identification of a police officer.

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He told police he was a suburban Fort Worth officer back in 2014.

Couch’s son, Ethan, gained attention after he was sentenced to probation for a drunk driving wreck that killed four people.

He went to jail after violating his probation and feeling to Mexico.

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