Chiefs’ Rashee Rice speaks out for the first time since ‘fleeing the scene of a car crash in Dallas after racing through traffic in a rented Lamborghini’: Super Bowl champ says he ‘takes full responsibility for my part’

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After allegedly fleeing the scene of a car crash in Dallas on Saturday, Kansas City Chiefs receiver Rashee Rice now says he’s taking full responsibility for the collision, which resulted in several, injuries. 

‘Today I met with Dallas PD investigators regarding Saturday’s accident,’ Rice said in his statement, which he released on social media. ‘I take full responsibility for my part in this matter and will continue to cooperate with the necessary authorities. I sincerely apologize to everyone impacted in Saturday’s accident.’

Rice has admitted to being involved in the car crash that caused multiple injuries in Dallas on Saturday, according to reports.

TMZ Sports claims that Rice, who police suspected raced his Corvette with a Lamborghini before causing an accident and fleeing the scene, admitted his role in the crash to the company that owns the Lambo.

The 23-year-old is understood to have leased the luxury car from a company called Classic Lifestyle. The rental agency alleges that his lease agreement states he is the only person allowed to drive the vehicle.

Rashee Rice has made his first statement since allegedly fleeing the scene of a car crash 

Although he's accused of fleeing the crash scene, Rice now says he's taking responsibility

Although he’s accused of fleeing the crash scene, Rice now says he’s taking responsibility

Kyle Coker, the attorney representing The Classic Lifestyle, says that Rice was in the Lamborghini at the time of the crash, despite police suspecting that he was behind the wheel of the Corvette.

Shortly after the incident, he is believed to have fired off a text confirming his involvement in it and promising to pay for the Lambo, which was totaled. The report claims one of his friends was driving the Corvette.

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