Lane Garrison Crash Survivor: I Lived, You Pay

12/5/2008 9:50 PM PST

Lane Garrison Crash Survivor: I Lived, You Pay

One of the girls who survived Lane Garrison's drug and booze fueled crash is demanding the former "Prison Break" star pay her parents for nursing her back to health.

In the lawsuit filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Michelle Ohana claims Garrison needs to fork over more than $25,000 for wage loss, medical bills, and the "reasonable value of home nursing care gratuitously furnished by Robin Ohana and Asher Ohana."

Ohana claims Garrison, who is currently sitting behind bars, "demonstrated a conscious and deliberate disregard for the rights, safety, and interests of others by voluntarily commencing, and thereafter continuing, to consume alcoholic beverages to the point of intoxication, knowing from the outset that he must thereafter operate a motor vehicle."

Ohana, who was 15 at the time of the crash, was injured so badly, she spent the following 2 months in a wheelchair.

Garrison was sentenced to 40 months in the slammer for killing 17-year-old Vahagn Setian when the actor got hammered on vodka and coke and crashed an SUV into a tree in Beverly Hills two years ago.