Documentary to reveal that Pistorius twice called girlfriend to interrupt 'innocent coffee date' with ex-boyfriend
London, Mar 12 : Paralympic star Oscar Pistorius had twice called his murdered girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp to interrupt an apparently innocent conversation between Steenkamp and her former boyfriend a few days before her death, a documentary is set to reveal.
A BBC Three documentary titled 'Oscar Pistorius... What Really Happened?' is set to accuse the Blade Runner of interrupting Steenkamp twice in the space of 40 minutes by calling her while she was having coffee in 'innocent circumstances' with her ex-boyfriend Warren Lahoud days before her death, the Independent reports.
According to the documentary, Lahoud had said that he had asked Steenkamp if anything was wrong when he found out about the calls, adding that Steenkamp had seemed okay with the calls.
Lahoud further said in the documentary that he did not find anything negative about the sprinter when he had met him on two occasions.
Meanwhile, Pistorius' family has denied claims by a close friend of the Paralympian that he is on the verge of suicide and has released a statement which said the athlete 'is in deep mourning but despite the tragic circumstances he is certainly not suicidal', the report added.