A tearful Kayla Mendoza, infamous for tweeting “2 drunk 2 care” before driving the wrong way on the Sawgrass Expressway and killing two other young women, apologizes to families in court earlier this year. A judge gave her 24 years in prison.
A tearful Kayla Mendoza, infamous for tweeting “2 drunk 2 care” before driving the wrong way on the Sawgrass Expressway and killing two other young women, apologizes to families in court earlier this year. A judge gave her 24 years in prison. Joe Cavaretta Sun Sentinel
A tearful Kayla Mendoza, infamous for tweeting “2 drunk 2 care” before driving the wrong way on the Sawgrass Expressway and killing two other young women, apologizes to families in court earlier this year. A judge gave her 24 years in prison. Joe Cavaretta Sun Sentinel

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