On top of being in prison for 40 months, Lane Garrison is being sued pdf by Karen Setian and Inaida Nalbandian for the wrongful death of Vahagn Setian, their 17-year-old son.
The Prison Break star had been driving drunk when he killed the boy in 2006.
The parents say that Lane "purchased a bottle of vodka with and for minors, brought the vodka to a party attended by minors ... and shared and consumed the vodka with minors at the party."
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They also claim that after he packed his car with three teenagers and drove towards the Beverly Hills liquor store he crashed into a tree, killing their son.
The suit, which was filed a month ago, seeks unspecified compensation.