Marie Osmond's Son's Autopsy: No Drugs Involved in Suicide
Marie Osmond's Son Michael Bryan Autopsy
Marie Osmond's son Michael Bryan committed suicide on February 26th, and his autopsy has finally revealed that there were absolutely no drugs in his system at the time of his death. The coroner revealed that Bryan died from multiple blunt trauma. He ruled the death a suicide, and says that Bryan's death was caused by jumping from so high up.
The final report is in from the autopsy of Marie Osmond’s son, Michael Bryan (Blosil), and RadarOnline.com has learned there were no drugs, at all, in his system.
The Los Angeles Coroner’s office has determined the cause of death was “multiple blunt trauma”.
Michael Bryan's Suicide
Friends of Bryan say the 18-year-old was seen on his phone before disappearing, and the next thing they knew, the young man had leapt to his death. Bryan jumped an 8th floor window of his own L.A. apartment building.
In a report from TMZ, it was revealed that Bryan had attempted to take his own life three time before his suicide. Ruthann Clawson -- a close friend of Michael's -- said her friend had told her he had tried to hang himself three times before.
At 9:23 on the night of Bryan's death, Clawson says she received a text from the trouble young man saying he had left her a note on his bed, and that by the time Clawson found the suicide note, Bryan was dead.
Bryan was one of Marie Osmond's five natural children, joined by three adopted children. Osmond was understandably shaken by his suicide, and was forced to cancel numerous performances of her Las Vegas show.