Lane Garrison who was charged with vehicular manslaughter in the death of a 17-year-old boy has spoken out for the first time since the fatal car accident.
"I pray every day for all the families involved," Garrison told People Magazine. "I realize I will live with a sense of guilt for the rest of my life."
The actor was charged a few weeks back with one felony count each of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and without gross negligence, driving under the influence causing injury to multiple victims and driving with a .08 percent blood alcohol level causing injury, as well as one misdemeanor count of furnishing alcohol to a minor.
Garrison is due back in court on April 11. "We plan to plead guilty to some charges and the sentencing will be up to the judge," Braun said. "Lane accepts responsibility; the judge will decide sentencing and Lane will accept it."
Paul Kiesel, the Beverly Hills-based attorney for Vahagn Setian's family has said that, "The Setians will do all they can to assist the District Attorney's office to ensure that justice is served," the statement said. "They hope this is a message to other public figures not to abuse drugs, alcohol and the public trust afforded to them by their fame."