It has been reported that action movie maestro Tony Scott reportedly battled
in-operable brain cancer and appeared “nervous” before he jumped to his death from a Los Angeles bridge on Sunday.
A coroner source said Scott left several notes to loved ones in his car and at a second location.
Scott, 68, parked his car at the crest of the Vincent Thomas suspension bridge and leaped about 185 feet to his death on Sunday afternoon as witnesses watched in horror.
A witness David Silva told the Los Angeles Times that he thought it was some extreme sports guy as he was on the roadway close to the fence looking around, and fumbling with something at his feet, looking nervous.