Tuesday, February 4, 2014
(New York, NY) -- Witnesses are offering differing accounts about Philip Seymour Hoffman's final hours. The manager of the New York coffee shop the Oscar-winning actor frequented tells CNN Hoffman "seemed perfectly" fine on Saturday morning. But Hoffman's ex-partner and mother of his three children, Mimi O'Donnell, told authorities she thought he looked high when she saw him near his apartment later that afternoon. Bank records apparently also show Hoffman reportedly withdrew 12-hundred dollars from an ATM in six transactions at a supermarket near his home Saturday evening and a witness says he saw Hoffman talking to two men wearing messenger bags that same night. Hoffman was found dead at his apartment Sunday with a syringe in his left arm.