Bob Lee, founder of Cash App who was Killed in San Francisco last monthdied of multiple stab wounds, the city medical examiner determined.
Lee suffered three stab wounds, two to the left side of his chest and one to his right hip, CBS News reported. According to the report, a stab wound went to the part of his lung and part of the right ventricle.
Ketamine, cocaine and cocaethylene — a substance produced by the simultaneous use of alcohol and cocaine — were also detected, according to the National Institutes of Health, although the amounts were not given in the medical examiner’s report.
Nima Momeni38, was arrested and charged with Lee’s murder about a week and a half after the April 4 stabbing.
Momeni allegedly stabbed Lee after an argument over Momeni’s sister, according to court documents obtained by CBS News last month.
A witness told police that before the stabbing, Momeni asked Lee if her sister, Khazar Eliasnia, was “doing drugs or anything inappropriate,” the district attorney’s office wrote in a motion to deny Momeni bail. The witness said Lee told Momeni that nothing inappropriate happened, according to the motion.
The witness, who has not been identified, said they, Lee and Eliasnia, were drinking in an apartment on Mission Street in San Francisco before the argument, according to the motion. Lee and Sakshi eventually left. They invited Eliasnia to join them, but she declined, court documents said.
Lee was later found bleeding profusely in the Rincon Hill area of San Francisco at about 2:35 a.m. Police later received texts from Eliasnia on Lee’s phone, expressing concern for his well-being, according to the district attorney.
“Just wanted to make sure you’re doing okay because (I) know Nima came down hard on you,” she wrote, according to Motion, adding, “And thank you for handling it with class.”
Prosecutors wrote in the motion that Momeni had “direct and clear intent to kill Lee and that this was a planned and deliberate attack.”
Momeni made his first court appearance on April 14 on CBS Bay Area Report. Eliasnia, her husband Dino Eliasnia and two other family members were in the front row, according to CBS Bay Area.
He will appear in court again on Tuesday. His attorney, Paula Canney, told CBS News before publication that she had not yet seen the medical examiner’s report.
– Cara Tabachnik and Kerry Breen contributed reporting