Wild Theories Are Spreading About the Man Connected to the Death of 3 Kansas City Chiefs Fans

(NewsSpace.com) – On January 7, a group of five friends gathered at one’s house to watch the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Los Angeles Chargers. Two days later, three of those men were found dead in the backyard of said home. Authorities are investigating the situation and have said there’s no foul play involved, but that hasn’t stopped the speculation from running wild—really wild.

It’s been more than a month since 38-year-old Ricky Johnson, 37-year-old David Harrington, and 36-year-old Clayton McGeeney were found dead in Jordan Willis’ backyard. Their loved ones had called authorities after not hearing from the men for two days. As the story unraveled, the speculation grew. It didn’t help matters when, on January 31, Fox News reported that Willis had entered rehab to face “his addiction head-on.” The victims were said to have fentanyl and cocaine in their systems. Now, sources have come out of the woodwork and claim that Willis is the real-life Walter White, the drug lord depicted in AMC’s “Breaking Bad.”

McGeeney’s cousin, Caleb McGeeney, did an interview with NewsNation and claimed Willis’ friends all “knew him” by the moniker “the chemist,” a nickname he reportedly had since high school. Caleb said, “It was easy for them to go have fun, but [Willis] f—ed up, he made a mistake.”

Sources close to Willis were quick to refute that claim, saying he’s a data scientist, “not a chemist by trade.” He works on HIV vaccine research, a job that requires no laboratory work, only computers. The source accused McGeeney of conducting a smear campaign that would do nothing to “bring these families peace,” and of changing the narrative multiple times.

The Kansas City Police Department gave a statement to Fox News Digital stating they do not suspect foul play and the unfortunate deaths are “100 percent not being investigated as homicide[s].”

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