Attorney For Andy Reid's Son, Britt, Releases Statement

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Former Kansas City head assistant coach Britt Reid, son of head coach Andy Reid,

shall enter a guilty plea upon his next scheduled court appearance.

Reid was charged with DWI, causing serious bodily injury in a February 2021 car accident that resulted in serious injuries to then-five-year-old girl Ariel Young.

Reed's attorney, JR Hobbs, released a statement Tuesday sharing the impending petition.

"Britt Reid intends to file his plea of ​​guilty for the offense charged.

He sincerely regrets his conduct and hopes and prays for continued recovery for A.Y.

"Mr. Reed sincerely apologizes to A.Y., and his family, and his family.

He also deeply apologizes to the Hunt family, the Chiefs Organization and the Chiefs Kingdom.

Mr. Reid is sorry for his actions and hopes his petition brings a sense of justice to all those he has affected."

Reed caused a three-car pile-up on the Interstate near Arrowhead Stadium on February 4, 2021.

He told officers at the scene that he had had "two to three" drinks before getting into his car.

Reed caused a three-car pile-up on the Interstate near Arrowhead Stadium on February 4, 2021.

He told officers at the scene that he had had "two to three" drinks before getting into his car.

Ariel suffered a traumatic brain injury in the accident.

The chiefs agreed to pay her medical bills in November 2021.

Reid's next court appearance will take place on Monday, September 12. on being found guilty,

He could face up to seven years in prison.