The Kanas City Chiefs fans who were found dead and frozen as their friend slept inside and didn’t notice them for two days has been one of the oddest mysteries over the last few weeks.
A stunning report came out this week regarding Kansas City Chiefs fans who reportedly froze to death at their friend’s house while watching the game against the Los Angeles Chargers in week 18. According to the report, the homeowner claims that he did not know that his friends were dead outside for potentially multiple days, which caused some major speculation amongst fans.
A new update in the report has came out regarding one of the victim’s family members, who suspects foul play was involved.
According to the father of the victim Ricky Johnson, it is a possibility that the victims could have been drugged and left for dead. The father made this wild claim even though police made it clear that they were not treating the deaths as suspicious, and have not determined whether drugs or drinks were involved in the incident.
According to the original report, the homeowner has denied knowing anything about his three friends dying on his property after watching the Kansas City Chiefs game, saying that he was asleep in his home with headphones on and next to a loud fan. However, the father told Fox News Digital that his son was not “irresponsible” and would not have been outside without a coat to freeze to death.
I believe he drugged them, dragged them outside, and waited two days to call police. He may have done some drugs and stuff in the past, but I do not believe all three of them did drugs and fell over dead in that backyard. I’m not going to say that during a game he didn’t have some drinks. But he wasn’t irresponsible that he was going to go outside and freeze to death.
The mother of the same victim also spoke out, having the same claim as her husband, however, she noted that it was just a theory she had.
Seriously, these were responsible men. How do they go in a backyard and freeze to death, all three of them? Something that comes to my mind, this guy [the homeowner] wants to brag about how smart he is, he’s a scientist. My thoughts are that he concocted something and gave it to all three men.
Even with these claims by the Johnson family, the Kansas City Police Department is sticking by their original report that foul play was not suspected, and continues to await the autopsy reports. Do you believe that there was foul play involved in this incident, or was the original claim true?
Toxicology Report Shows Multiple Drugs In Bodies Of 3 Kansas City Chiefs Fans Who Froze To Death
After changing his story multiple times, homeowner Josh Willis eventually admitted he was struggling with a severe drug problem and checked himself into rehab.
This all sheds light on the possible cause of death, but was it intentional or an accident?
According to a report from NewsNation, the toxicology reports showed had the three men had cocaine, fentanyl and THC in their systems. The three men were found frozen to death earlier this month outside the home of a friend and little was known about their cause of death until tonight.
The toxicology report is out for the three men who were found dead in a backyard in Kansas City: there was cocaine and fentanyl in their systems — and I spoke with the lawyer for the family of Clayton McGeeney, who said this is just the first step in finding out what happened,” Chris Cuomo reported on Thursday.
“America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh suspected fentanyl was the likely cause for the 3 Kansas City Chiefs fans freezing to death, but now it’s clear the deadliest drug to ever hit our country played a role.