Larry Flynt's daughter is on life support
Lisa Flynt, the daughter of "Hustler" founder Larry Flynt is on life support after driving drunk into a semi-trailer in Dayton, Ohio last Friday.
According to local police, the 47-year-old was driving a friend's 1999 Oldsmobile without a valid drivers license when she blew a stop sign and crashed into the truck. She was ejected from the vehicle, and found underneath it with life threatening injuries.
On Tuesday, doctors told her husband, Glenn Fugate, she had limited brain activity and her body was shutting down. While she's on life support, Fugate is still hopeful. He told the Dayton Daily News, "Seems like for some reason, she's holding on."
Flynt, who has a history of seizures, was discovered with a blood alcohol content more than twice the legal limit. Police say alcohol was a factor in the accident, but doctors also believe she may have had a seizure prior to missing the stop sign.
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