Lane Garrison: His Very Own 'Prison Break'

Lane Garrison: His Very Own 'Prison Break'-photo

Lane Garrison will be released from prison in as soon as a week.

The Prison Break star has settled a lawsuit with the families of his intoxicated car crash, and In Touch is reporting that the actor will get his walking papers on April 29. The actor is currently serving a 40-month sentence for vehicular manslaughter as a result of the fatal, alcohol and cocaine-fueled 2006 crash that killed 17-year-old Beverly Hills High School student Vahagn Setian. Garrison began serving his sentence on November 20, 2007 after pleading guilty for the murder. 

While the settlement amounts of the lawsuit were not disclosed, the victims families sought damages for wrongful death and gross negligence for Setian, and payment for medical bills, lost wages and home nursing care for injured passenger Michelle Ohana, who was 15-years-old in the crash. 

Readers, have your say: Do you think it's fair that Garrison only had to serve a year and half jail sentence for his crimes? Let us know!  

 

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  • Renee Jansen
    Renee Jansen

    He might be a celebrity, but this is way too little punishment. 40 months is not enough, so a year and half is certainly not enough. He killed a young woman who had her entire life in front of her. He hurt two families so very, very deeply that punishment hardly can be enough...

 
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