The legal issues for Rashee Rice persist after his part in a six-car accident in Dallas, as two of the victims are demanding more than $10 million from the Kansas City Chiefs athlete.

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As previously covered by BOSSIP, Rice’s possession of a Corvette involved in the collision was established by authorities. Rice later expressed regret for his involvement in the incident, confessing to being the driver of the now-totaled Lamborghini. The police found both luxury vehicles abandoned on the road after dashcam footage revealed their involvement in the high-speed chain reaction on the highway.

Now, Edvard Petrovskiy and Irina Gromova are taking legal action against Rice for allegedly causing their severe injuries in the accident. Apart from Rice, the lawsuit implicates his companion, SMU football player Theodore Knox, as the purported driver of Rice’s Corvette.

As per TMZ, the plaintiffs accuse Rice and Knox of engaging in reckless racing with the sports cars, resulting in loss of control and collision with other vehicles. Petrovskiy and Gromova seek damages exceeding $10 million.

They assert that the series of collisions on March 30th caused them to suffer brain injuries, internal bleeding, deep cuts, and various other wounds. The lawsuit also demands the multi-million dollar sum to cover medical expenses and property damage incurred.

Petrovskiy and Gromova allege that the collision left numerous individuals “gravely wounded, bleeding, and visibly distressed.” The complaint mentions that despite this, neither of the athletes checked on the victims before departing the scene. While the recent Super Bowl winner volunteered to compensate other drivers for the damages upon taking responsibility, the $10 million claim was probably unexpected.

In compliance with their agreement to assist the authorities, Rice and Knox surrendered themselves following the issuance of warrants for their arrests. Both men are facing charges of causing serious bodily harm in a collision, aggravated assault, and multiple counts of collision resulting in injuries.

The Dallas PD released Rice and Knox on bond soon after their arrests last week.