Bryan Stow Beating Witness Matthew Lee Succumbs to Nut Allergy
A man who escaped the fate of Dodgers' opening-day beating victim and friend Bryan Stow succumbed yesterday to ... nuts.
That's according to TMZ, which reported that Matthew Lee, a witness to the infamous beating who himself was allegedly punched before suspects turned on Stow and ended up assaulting him into a coma, died Sunday.
The cause, it seems, was a salad, or rather ...
... an allergic reaction to said salad, which apparently (allegedly?) contained nuts or some traces thereof.
It's not clear if the case against Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood could be compromised.
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