Trent Lehrkamp, the Georgian teen who had to fight for his life with a respirator after allegedly being tortured by “just friends,” has spoken out for the first time, asserting that “justice will be served.”
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The young man found himself in the emergency room of a Brunswick hospital on March 21 after friends forced him to drink a dangerous amount of alcohol and eat hallucinogenic mushrooms during a spring break party.
Trent has now recovered to full health, but said in a voicemail message left with WSAV that it would take a ‘long time’ for him to recover.
“I am alive and doing well. I know it will take a long time to get over this adversity, this trauma, but one day, I hope, in the next few months, I might be back,” he said.
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At the end of his letter, he emphasized that “justice will be done.”
The FBI joined the investigation into the torture allegations last week.
No charges have been filed yet.
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