Transcript for Suit Claims Parents Did Not Do Enough to Control Boy With Autism's 'Aggression'
24 hours? The anger aimed at one man. The 32-year-old hedge fund manager behind the price hike, defiant until now. ABC's linsey Davis tracking him down, with the ABC news exclusive tonight. Reporter: Overnight, in America, after he price of daraprim, a life-saving drug, 4,000%. What do you say to people who say you're just being greedy? I think they have a fundamental misunderstanding of the way pharmaceutical companies operate. At this price, daraprim is not a substantially profitable drug. Reporter: That 4,000% increa Hillary toddlers, asking for unspecified damages and an injunction requiring the parents to keep their son from attacking others. This has never been about driving anybody out or isolation. This has always been about addressing the safety of our community. Reporter: The boy's family, which has since moved, didn't want to talk with reporters today. Please respect our privacy. Reporter: But in a statement to ABC news, describes the lawsuit as a modern day witch hunt against a small disabled child and his family. The local autism society also weighing in, saying the case has moved squarely into the realm of disability eviction and discrimination. The judge was correct with the families today, telling them to try to work with a mediator instead of a lawsuit. They have until November to see if they can all find a way to get along.
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