Britt Reid’s victim, Ariel Young, was born to parents, Felicia Miller and Mr. Early. Her father was African American.
Ariel’s father is no longer in the picture and she is being raised by her single mother, Felicia. Felicia is the mother of three children, Michael Young Jr (12), Ariel Young (7) and Alanna (2).
Ariel Young, a 7-year-old girl, was seriously injured in the crash two years ago, leading to Britt Reid’s guilty plea to impaired driving. Ariel was one of two children in the backseat of a disabled silver Chevrolet Traverse who were injured in the collision; the other child, 4 years old, had non-life-threatening injuries.
The Chiefs placed Britt Reid on administrative leave, and the team later said his contract had expired and he was no longer a member. Tom Porto, an attorney for Young’s family, claimed they were against the deal.
According to the prosecution, Young’s medical records show that the collision caused a significant traumatic brain injury, a fractured left parietal bone, brain contusions and subdural hematomas.
Britt is an outside linebacker coach for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). His coaching career began in 2009 when he volunteered for his father Andy Reid’s Philadelphia Eagles practice squad.
Gofundme page created for Ariel Young’s family
A GoFundMe page has been created for Ariel Young to support his family. Tiffany Verhulst, Ariel’s cousin, created the page.
Ariel is awake and slowly recovering, Tiffany Verhulst said on the fundraising page. Donations for Ariel’s ongoing medical expenses have reached approximately $580,340. Verhulst thanked the supporters for their help.