Employees at Puerto Vallarta strip club Harem tell ABC News affluenza teen Ethan Couch partied hard there one night last month.
According to the employees, Couch was seen doing drugs and racked up a $1,000 tab with lap dances and drinks on the night of Dec. 23.
But at the end of the night, he couldn't come up with the cash. They say a bouncer escorted him to his hotel, where club and hotel employees confirm he showed up extremely drunk and his mother had to pay the bill.
This was the night of December 23-24.
Couch remains under arrest in Mexico after missing a meeting with his probation officer and fleeing Texas. His mother, Tonya, is in the LA County Jail and faces a judge on Tuesday.
Couch was convicted of killing four people in a drunk driving crash in 2013. He was given 10 years of probation because of what the judge called "affluenza" -- meaning he was too rich to know better.