Ethan Couch's luck has finally run out!
On Wednesday, a judge sentenced the 19-year-old to two years in prison — a mere 180 days for each of the four people he killed in a fatal drunk driving crash in 2013.
Even though his blood-alcohol level was three time above the legal limit at the time of the accident, Couch was originally sentenced to probation.
His attorneys argued that his affluent life caused his reckless behavior — coining the term "affluenza."
But apparently, the affluenza only got worse. Couch violated his probation when he was recorded at a party with alcohol. After the video went public, Ethan and his mother Tonya Couch fled to Mexico.
He was later captured and brought back to the U.S. in January — but this time around, the Texas teen was no longer considered a juvenile. Appearing in adult court, Couch was sentenced to