(TMZ.com) Marie Osmond’s 18-year-old son Michael Blosil left a suicide note for one of his friends before he jumped to his death from the eighth floor of his apartment building in Los Angeles Friday night according to TMZ’s interview with law enforcement officials today.
Michael had plans to spend time with the woman Friday but had sent her a text message just before 9 pm stating he had left a written note in his apartment for her.
When the woman arrived at his apartment, his roommates let her into their home.
The police sources stated the group found the note that said the woman was his only good friend in Los Angeles, and he was very unhappy.
Michael also wrote about things he would be doing for the final time.
Even though the note did not mention suicide, the law officials said that it was clearly a suicide letter.
His roommates knew nothing was wrong that night until they read the note, but shortly afterwards they and the woman heard sirens and saw emergency vehicles on the street below their apartment and realized Michael had died.
The law enforcement officials said that the time span was short between when the woman received the text message and when she and the roommates discovered Michael dead.
Michael’s roommates and friends told the law officials that he had tried to kill himself once before and was recently struggling with suicidal thoughts.
Michael had had problems with depression for a number of years and had entered a substance-abuse rehab program in 2007 at age 16; however, his roommates and friends claimed to the law officials that he was sober around his time of death.
He was one of five adopted children of singer/TV personality Marie and ex-husband Brian Blosil’s seven children.
Los Angeles Coroner’s Office is scheduled to be performing an autopsy on Michael’s body today. All information on the autopsy is on “security hold,” which means information to the public will be limited.