SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco Medical Examiner has released its autopsy report following the death of Cash App founder Bob Lee.
The medical examiner's office released Lee's autopsy and toxicology reports which showed Lee was stabbed two times in the upper left chest and one time above his right hip.
The report shows doctors at San Francisco General Hospital worked for hours to save Lee, before he died in the operating room.
According to the toxicology report, Lee had alcohol, cocaine, ketamine and allergy medicine in his system when he died. However, it's unclear what he ingested that night and what could have been given to him while he was undergoing surgery.
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The man accused of murdering Lee, Nima Momeni, was supposed to appear in court on May 2, after his arraignment was postponed last week.
"In California, the minute you enter a plea you have decisions to make as to when the preliminary hearing is going to be held," said Paula Canny, Momeni's Attorney.
He is accused of stabbing and killing the tech executive and Cash App founder.
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A judge previously granted a request by Canny, moving his arraignment from last week to this week. Now the arraignment is postponed to later in May.
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San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins says her office was ready to proceed again on Tuesday.
"Oftentimes the DA's Office is blamed for cases that age for years in this system," she said. "This is a situation where they are exercising their right to delay this until they feel that they want to move forward."
Both Canny and Jenkins were stunned that news outlets received Lee's autopsy and toxicology reports before they did.
Momeni is being held without bail.
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