Danny Santulli was a freshman at the University of Missouri and pledging a fraternity when one night at a hazing event, he was allegedly forced to drink a fifth of alcohol. By the end of the evening, Danny was in the hospital with a blood alcohol content six times the legal limit. He suffered severe brain damage, lost his eyesight, can no longer speak, feed himself or walk, and spends his days in a wheelchair being cared for by his family.
Santulli’s family claims no one from the fraternity has called or reached out to them. Hear their thoughts in the video above.

And, hear why Danny’s parents say even though Danny is not the same person he used to be, they still believe he is communicating with them.
As National Hazing Prevention Week begins, Dr. Phil shares stories that could save a life on Tuesday’s episode, “Horror Hazing: Left Blind and Paralyzed.” And on Wednesday, “Deadly Brotherhood: The Fight to Stop College Hazing,” hear from a family who lost their son to alcohol poisoning after a fraternity initiation event. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

WATCH: Young Man Can’t See, Speak, Walk After Suffering Severe Brain Damage At Fraternity Hazing Event

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