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The ‘Chemist’ and the Chiefs: Authorities Investigate How Fandom Turned Fatal

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A cousin of one of the victims found dead after a Kansas City Chiefs watch party alleges that Jordan Willis, known as “the chemist,” supplied drugs to the group.

Willis, an HIV scientist, was found sleeping for two days after the party.

The cousin claimed that Willis distributed drugs, and that the victims referred to him as “the chemist.”

“Jordan’s ‘the chemist,’ bro. Jordan’s ‘the chemist,’” cousin Caleb McGeeney said.

“They all knew him as that. It was easy for them to go have fun, but he f—ed up, he made a mistake,” McGeeney said.

“Jordan is somebody that is known from high school as, like, creating drugs for people to make them feel better in certain situations. ‘Okay, well, you wanna do this? I’m gonna make this for you, I’m gonna make this for you and handing them out,” he said.

There are speculations that drugs may have played a part in the deaths, but police have not confirmed this.

Willis voluntarily checked into rehab for addiction after the incident.

The deaths are not being investigated as a homicide, and further details are expected after the autopsy and toxicology reports.

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