Police Find Ryan Jenkins's Suicide Note
Police have reportedly found a note on Ryan Jenkins’s hard drive that they are calling his “suicide note.”
According to People, Buena Park police investigators have recovered a letter written by the “Megan Wants a Millionaire” contestant three days before he took his life in a Canadian motel room on August 23.
In the letter, Jenkins reportedly blames ex-wife Jasmine Fiore for his troubles, saying he still loved her and that he was jealous she had been intimate with her former boyfriends.
“It was clearly defined that Mr. Jenkins was jealous of multiple side relationships that she had,” Buena Park Police Sgt. William Kohanek told the mag.
Jenkins’ letter does not reportedly talk about Fiore’s death or that he was a suspect in her death.
“The lack of acknowledging that he’d just lost his wife speaks volumes,” Kohanek said.
Authorities also said that Jenkins willed his money and possessions to his family in the letter and apologized for the negative media attention they might have received.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Fiore was found dead on August 15, in Buena Park, Calif. An international manhunt for Ryan Jenkins ended when he was found dead on in a motel in rural British Columbia.
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