Here’s yet another interesting detail regarding the events that unfolded in the day or two before former Titans and Ravens quarterback Steve McNair and his girlfriend, 20-year-old Sahel “Jenny” Kazemi were found dead.
Roughly four hours after Kazemi was arrested for DUI in the early morning hours of Thursday, July 2, her on-again, off-again boyfriend Keith Norfleet sent an e-mail to the Tennessean, apparently aimed at publicly exposing McNair’s affair with Kazemi.
We’ve gleaned most of the text of the e-mail from the image of it contained in WSMV.com’s video report. (Based on the still image, Chris Echegaray of the Tennessean apparently forwarded the e-mail to WSMV; curiously, the Tennessean had not previously mentioned the e-mail from Norfleet.) Here’s what it says:
“Steve McNair was involved in another dui case tonight in downtown Nashville. He was riding with someone I know that actually got the dui and he hopped out of the car real quick and got a cab home because I guess he was too drunk to drive himself and yea you would be pretty amazed at the fact of who he was actually with which I really don’t think his wife would like it too much either being the fact she was a 20 year old young girl claiming to be his girlfriend. I thought he was married? Hmmm . . . This is completely legit too. I know because I’m the person that come to pick he car up for the person that got the dui and the cop told me the whole story so I don’t know if this is interesting news or not to you guys but I thought you might like to know.”
Keep in mind that this e-mail was sent within “hours” after the arrest, and that Kazemi supposedly purchased the gun that was found at the scene within “hours” after the arrest.
Speaking of the gun, when will the police disclose how she got it?. They have been cryptic at best on this point. But they surely know how and where (and from whom) she obtained the weapon.
Norfleet likely knows as well, especially since he was doing his best to drive a wedge between McNair and Kazemi by publicizing their relationship at about the same time the gun was being bought.
And let’s not forget the arresting officer. You know, the same guy who arrested McNair for DUI in 2003, and who later was disciplined for repeatedly asking McNair to submit to breath testing after he had refused? Norfleet indicates in his e-mail that the officer “told me the whole story.”
We’d still love to know exactly what he said, both to Norfleet and to Kazemi.
Maybe we’ll find out more when police disclose the supposedly “new evidence” later today.