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Family of Deceased LSU Student Receives $6.1 Million for Fraternity Hazing Incident

A jury awarded the family of Max Gruver, an 18-year-old LSU freshman who died of alcohol poisoning less than 12 hours after a Phi Delta Theta hazing incident, was awarded $6.1 million in damages for their son’s death, according to The Advocate.

The newspaper reported that Gruver’s parents, Stephen and Rae Ann Gruver, won their wrongful death lawsuit Wednesday.

The panel of five men and three women decided Gruver’s parents should receive $6 million for their son’s death and another $100,000 for the pain Gruver suffered during and after the fraternity’s hazing.

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