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Hot, burning ass cheek!: Grandson of influential Texas clan "branded" during Colorado ski trip

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So you thought the most controversial recreational activity in Breckenridge these days involves smoking marijuana? That's nothing compared to the damage done to Amon G. "Chance" Carter IV's ass.

Channel 7 reports that Carter, whose grandfather founded the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and remains a prominent civic leader, joined members of Kappa Sigma, hisTexas Christian University fraternity, for a skiing trip to Breckenridge last month. There, he got drunk enough to let his bros brand the frat's letters on his behind using a hot coat hangar.

What could possibly go wrong with a plan that well-thought out? Well, Carter wound up with second- and third-degree burns. But he'll always remember that trip to Breckenridge...

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