Stone Foltz, a business major at Bowling Green, dies after consuming a handle of alcohol during a pledge party. Foltz was taking part in a fraternity ritual. The Foltz family’s attorney, Rex Elliott, says the 20-year-old was taken to a basement at an off-campus fraternity house, blindfolded, and told he couldn’t leave until he finished the equivalent of 40 shots in a short time. Elliott says Foltz was then left at his apartment alone. His blood alcohol was .394.
Joining Nancy Grace today:
- Rex H. Elliott – Foltz Family Attorney, Cooper & Elliott Co-Founder and Owner; Twitter: @cooperelliott, Stone Folta GoFundMe: “Stone Foltz Memorial Fund“
- Dr. Priya Banerjee, M.D. – Board Certified Forensic Pathologist, Anchor Forensic Pathology Consulting, Assistant Medical Examiner
- Amy Steigerwald – Reporter, WTOL 11;, Twitter: @amysteigerwald, Facebook: @AmySteigerwaldTV
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