Actor Sara Foster, daughter of legendary musician and producer David Foster, blasted San Francisco’s “liberal” leadership following tech mogul Bob Lee’s violent death in the city earlier this week.
Lee, a 43-year-old father of two who co-founded Cash App, was stabbed to death in San Francisco’s affluent Rincon Hill neighborhood around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, devastating the tech community and raising alarms about surging crime in the city.
Foster, 42, shared a screenshot of The Post’s article about Lee’s final moments before his death on her Instagram story Thursday. In the accompanying photos, a smiling Lee appears with his two daughters.
“I have no words,” she wrote. “SF is a complete s—hole. I am a registered Democrat and feel confident saying liberal politicians are ruining cities.”
“Disgusting. My heart breaks for this family,” she added.
The fashion designer and actor is the middle daughter of 16-time Grammy-winner Foster, who has spent over 50 years in the music industry working with iconic artists such as Whitney Houston, Dolly Parton, Paul McCartney, Chicago, Kenny Loggins and Celine Dion.
Last year, Foster expressed her support for billionaire developer Rick Caruso in his failed bid to become mayor of Los Angeles in an “ask me anything” Q&A session on Instagram, according to Fox News.
Lee, a longtime resident of the Bay Area, had just relocated to Miami because he felt San Francisco was “deteriorating,” his friend Jake Shields said.
Moments after he was stabbed, surveillance footage captured Lee showing a stranger his wounds and begging for help — only for the bystander to ignore him and drive away in a car.
Lee called 911 at 2:34 a.m. and pleaded for help, yelling to dispatchers that he had been stabbed and needed to go to the hospital.
Police arrived less than six minutes later and found Lee unconscious with two stab wounds to the chest. He was rushed to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Police have not released a suspect description and no arrests have been made.
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