Cash App founder Bob Lee had alcohol, cocaine and ketamine in his system when he was stabbed to death in San Francisco last month, according to autopsy results.
- The 43-year-old Lee’s body also tested positive for cocaethylene, which is a compound that forms when alcohol and cocaine mix, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner reveals. However, the report does not link the substances to Lee’s official cause of death, which is listed as “three stab wounds.” One of them pierced the “right lateral anterior inferior ventricle of the heart,” per the examiner’s report.
- An attorney for Nima Momeni, who’s been charged with Lee’s murder, says the findings prove that things might not be as they appear. "There’s a lot of drugs in Bob Lee's system,” says Paula Canny. “I mean, Bob Lee's system is like the Walgreens of recreational drugs. What happens when people take drugs? Generally, they act like drug people, and what drug people act like is not themselves, not happy-go-lucky. Just kind of illusory and make bad decisions and do bad things."