Last week, 19-year-old autistic Georgia teen, Trent Lehrkamp, was dropped off at the local Glynn County hospital where he was put on a ventilator after allegedly being bound to a chair, defecated on, spray painted and feed a deadly amount of alcohol and hallucinogenic mushrooms.

According to a GoFundMe page posted for the victim, he had, “spent Tuesday night with a group of people who he thought were his friends. They picked him up from his house, and he expected to have a casual night with his friends… He wouldn’t know until it was too late that these were not friends, but vile and abusive perpetrators who would go on to torture, humiliate, and assault him in inhumane, terrifying ways for hours.”


Several videos and photos of the teen being hazed have circulated on social media and the police are investigating which ones might be connected to the ICU visit. One such picture shows the victim unconscious and bound to a chair with spray paint, food, and feces on him. Four other teens stand behind the chair, flipping off the camera.


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In a released statement, the Glynn County Police Department said, “Officers did not see any signs of physical injury on the individual but did note the presence of spray paint. He was being treated due to a high level of intoxication, from a mixture of controlled substances and alcohol.”

On Thursday, police announced that they had identified 20 teens who played a role in the videos and pictures.

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