Information reach ghlinks.com.gh indicates that, Danny Santulli, a 19 year old student who suffered brain damage after he was forced to drink an entire bottle of vodka at a fraternity hazing is still blind and unable to walk or communicate.
According to dailymail.com, Danny Santulli, a student of the University of Missouri, is back in his parents’ care in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, after months spent in a Colorado rehabilitation hospital, and his mother has quit her high-powered banking job to become his full-time career.
Back in October 2021, the 19 year old freshman suffered alcohol poisoning at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house on university campus, known as Fiji.
His parents, who have sued the fraternity, said Santulli and the rest of his pledge class were each forced to drink a bottle of hard liquor given to them by their ‘pledge fathers’.
He was left unresponsive and was found in cardiac arrest inside a car after frat members dropped him off at University Hospital.
Where is Danny Santulli now?
Nearly, 8 months after the incident, the teenager is back home but his condition has not changed, attorney David Bianchi said.
He told the Columbia Tribune: ‘He has massive brain damage. He’s blind. He’s unable to walk or communicate’.
Family of Daniel Santulli settles civil lawsuit with all 23 defendants following hazing incident
The parents have settled a lawsuit with 22 defendants and the fraternity, who have now been banned from campus for repeated violations.
And on Monday, Bianchi sought in a motion to add fraternity brothers Samuel Gandhi and Alec Wetzler in an amended petition, which was approved by Judge Joshua Devine.
The petition alleges Wetzler put a tube into Santulli’s mouth and poured beer down his throat, coercing him to drink an excessive amount of alcohol.