His roommates also say Michael was clean and sober at the time of his death.
The devastating suicide note left by Marie Osmond‘s son Michael Blosil was addressed to a woman who read it just before emergency vehicles arrived to find Michael’s body, law enforcement officials tell TMZ. The woman, who lived in Michael’s building, had plans to see him Feb. 26, but instead received a text from him at 9 p.m. which told her there was a note for her in his apartment. She and Michael’s roommates read the note, in which he detailed his unhappiness and said this woman was his only close friend in Los Angeles. Before she arrived at the apartment, Michael’s roommates had no idea he had jumped to his death from the balcony.
When questioned, Michael’s roommates said he was clean and sober at the time of his suicide, according to TMZ. Because Michael checked into rehab in 2007, it was speculated that drugs may have led to his death, but his roommates say that wasn’t the case. This was also not the first time Michael had tried to take his own life. An autopsy is being performed Feb. 28.