Arrayah Barrett: What we know about Shaq Barrett’s two-year-old daughter drowning incident

Arrayah Barrett
Arrayah Barrett

Arrayah Barrett, the daughter of Tampa Bay Buccaneers outside linebacker Shaq Barrett has died after drowning in a swimming pool at home.

Arrayah Barrett, who celebrated her 2nd birthday on April 19, was taken to the hospital but attempts to save her life were unsuccessful, per the Tampa Bay Times.

What happened

Arrayah Barrett
Arrayah Barrett

According to the Tampa Police Department, officers responded to Barrett’s home in the Beach Park area of Tampa just before 9:30 a.m. in reference to a child who had fallen into a pool.

The child was transported to an area hospital.

Despite lifesaving measures taken, the child was pronounced deceased a short time later.

The investigation is ongoing. It is not believed to be suspicious in nature at this time, but a purely accidental and tragic incident, according to a statement released by TPD on Sunday.

“Today’s tragic news is heartbreaking for all members of the Buccaneers family,” the Bucs said in a statement. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Shaq, Jordanna and the entire Barrett family during this unimaginably difficult time.

While no words can provide true comfort at a time such as this, we offer our support and love as they begin to process this very profound loss of their beloved Arrayah.”

Barrett and wife Jordanna, who were high school sweethearts, have three older children: Shaquil Jr., Braylon, Aaliyah. Arrayah was born two months after Barrett and the Bucs beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 55.

He had just signed a four-year, $72 million contract with $34 million guaranteed.

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