Lil Scrappy's Friend Is Struggling With PTSD, Following Horrific Car Accident

Lil Scrappy and good friend, rapper Ca$ino Roulette suffered gross accidents in a near-fatal automotive accident in June. While Lil Scrappy confirmed noticeable indicators restoration inside per week his hospital stint, Ca$ino has not been fairly so lucky. TMZ is reporting that Roulette nonetheless suffers from psychological trauma he incurred from the crash, owing to a severe case PTSD.

Both Scrappy and Ca$ino Roulette had been fortunate to flee with their lives, when the Mercedes-Benz veered to the facet the highway, ultimately crashing right into a utility pole. Scrappy, who’d already pushed via three US States in an exhausting day journey, ended up breaking his foot within the course of. Ca$ino Roulette was far much less lucky, as his accidents included damaged ribs, a concussion, bruised lungs, liver and kidneys, a ruptured giant gut, and the next psychological anguish recurring nightmares ( the crash itself).

Ca$ino’s bodily restoration was made tough by a abdomen an infection he labored with for a short time, earlier than docs put him below the knife as soon as once more. Since the operation, Ca$ino has developed a respiratory downside and is reportedly unable to elevate something weighing greater than 20-odd kilos. He is however grateful to be alive and is in good standing with Lil Scrappy, with whom he’s stated to “not maintain a grudge” for the accident, below any fault traces. We all want Ca$ino the perfect in 2019, as he continues in his restoration.

Mother Of "Affluenza" Teen Sent To Jail For Failing Drug Test

Tonya Couch has failed a routine drug test, effectively resulting in the 51-year-old’s arrest for violating the terms her bond. Couch was booked into a Fort Worth jail on Thursday after an arrest warrant was issued on Wednesday for testing positive for amphetamine or methamphetamine use.

Couch was charged in 2016 for money laundering and hindering apprehension after she and her son, the infamous Ethan Couch, illegally travelled to Mexico back in 2015. She had violated her probation in the past for failing a routine urinalysis test back in March.

Her son was released on probation last March after having been charged with four counts intoxicated manslaughter, and two counts intoxicated assault, resulting in the death four innocent people. A psychologist ultimately blamed his unlawful actions on “affluenza,” a term used to describe a person’s inability to understand the consequences their actions because financial privilege.