Cash App Founder Bob Lee’s San Francisco Stabbing Linked To ‘Sex And Drugs’

  • Cash App founder Bob Lee allegedly partook in an underground lifestyle of sex, party drugs and lavish spending that played a role in his death in San Francisco, according to a new report.
  • The 43-year-old tech titan’s autopsy revealed he had cocaine, ketamine and alcohol in his system when he was stabbed multiple times in a San Francisco parking lot in April. Lee also had the anti-allergy drug levocetirizine in his system. According to the Mayo Clinic, that drug can have bad reactions with alcohol and ketamine.
  • Lee’s suspected killer, a Bay Area outsourcing entrepreneur named Nima Momeni, 38, allegedly confronted him about partying too hard with his sister hours before the stabbing.