Bob Lee ‘s Autopsy reveals he had Allergy drugs and Cocaine in his System.

Bob Lee, the Cash App founder who was stabbed and killed in San Francisco, last month is said to have had cocaine, ketamine, and other substances in his body at the time of his passing.

According to the San Francisco Medical Examiner, the autopsy results indicated that Lee also had antihistamine levocetirizine in his body, which is a medicine that’s known for use in the treatment of allergies.

ICYMI ; Lee is alleged to have gotten into a verbal argument over the phone with a fellow tech executive named Nima Momeni just hours before his death.

Momeni, who has since been arrested, is alleged to have confronted Lee on whether he had been doing drugs and “anything inappropriate” with his married sister, Khazar, which Lee vehemently denied. Shortly after, Momeni and Lee are believed to have met face to face at a secluded area where he allegedly stabbed the latter three times with a kitchen knife.

The autopsy further disclosed that Lee suffered two stab wounds around his upper chest and another to his hip area. Surveillance footage from the night of his death showed the 43-year-old trying to find help after the incident, much to no avail before he eventually collapsed. Paramedics tried to save his life but Lee was pronounced dead shortly after, with Momeni having since been arrested and charged for his death. He’s scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday for his arraignment.

Lee started his career as a software engineer at Google, where he worked on the company’s search algorithms. He later moved on to work at Square, a payment processing company founded by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. While at Square, Lee noticed that there was a gap in the market for a simple, user-friendly mobile payment service. In 2013, he founded Square Cash (now known as Cash App) to fill that gap.

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