Many do not believe Tony Scott to end his life, jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles. In the midstof a raging question mark, a witness claimed to have videos and photographs that record the moments when the director of ‘Top Gun’ was suicide.
Quoted in The Guardian, the tape captures the action Scott who was squatting on the edge of the bridge – before he jumped into the river from a height of about 56 meters, at 12:30, Sunday, August 19, 2012, local time.
Editorial TMZ entertainment media have seen the tape. However, they do not intend to buy and publish it.
A number of witnesses saw Scottcome driving a black Toyota Prius, parked on the side of the road, then came over to the south side of the bridge. “He looked around and felt around the fence to the foot bridge. He looked nervous, but I think he’s the sport,” said David Silva, a witness told the Los Angeles Times.
Silva did not think was bad because he thought Scott was doing extreme sports action, nota suicide. A surveillance or CCTV cameras installed near the bridgealso record the moments when Scott ended his life.
Scott seems to have planned the action with the full calculation. Heleft a note in his car before committing suicide. It contained a list of names, telephone numbers,and instructions for easy police found his body.