20
Jun
2014

[EXCLUSIVE] Kansas City Chiefs: We Didn’t Cause Jovan Blecher to Kill Girlfriend & Commit Suicide

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

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The Kansas City Chiefs are adamant they did not cause Jovan Blecher to murder his girlfriend Kasandra Perkins and then kill himself, this according to newly filed court docs.

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As previously reported, in 2012  the then 25-year-old Kansas City Chiefs player shot and killed his girlfriend then followed it with his own suicide. The two had a newborn daughter Zoey, whose custody was awarded to a family member of Jovan’s girlfriend. The estate of Zoey filed a wrongful death suit against the Chiefs claiming they ignored signs and allowed him to damage his brain over the years.

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