Oscar Pistorius Allegedly Tried To Revive Reeva Steenkamp After Shooting Her

February 16, 2013 / Posted by:

It was reported earlier that when the security guards from Oscar Pistorius’ gated complex showed up to his house after he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, they found him kneeling next to her body in the bathroom. But the South African newspaper Beeld (via NYDN and the Telegraph) says that during Oscar’s hearing yesterday, prosecutors said that when the security guards showed up to his house, he was running down the stairs with Reeva in his arms and he was trying to do CPR on her. Yeah, I think my brain just twisted all the way around while trying to picture Oscar running down the stairs while holding Reeva and trying to give her mouth-to-mouth at the same time.

The police aren’t saying shit about this, because they’re currently in the middle of an investigation. But a source close to the investigation is opening their mouth to Beeld. They said that the police believe Reeva was sitting on the toilet when Oscar shot bullets through the bathroom door. Neighbors called the police two hours before the shooting after they heard people arguing in Oscar’s house. The police are also talking to Oscar’s ex-girlfriend who made “vague” abuse allegations against him to a local newspaper.

And TMZ says Reeva was a domestic abuse advocate and the day she was murdered, she was supposed to talk to students at a local high school about how she got away from an abusive ex-boyfriend.

Now if you’ll excuse me if I have try to find a way to untwist my brain.

via Deadspin

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