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‘Affluenza’ Mom Released From Jail

“Affluenza” mom Tonya Couch was released from jail Tuesday after posted a $75,000. Couch was fitted with an electronic ankle monitor to wear under 24-hour house arrest. Couch is accused of helping her son Ethan flee to Mexico to avoid a probation hearing that might have led to prison time. She is charged with hindering the apprehension of a felon. While free on bond, Couch must report to authorities on a weekly basis and live in Tarrant County with her 29-year-old son and his family. She may only leave the house to visit doctors and attorneys.