Tony Scott's Family Denies Reports He Had Inoperable Brain Cancer
Reports that Hollywood director Tony Scott may have committed suicide because he had inoperable brain cancer are being disputed by his family. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
The family of famed Hollywood movie director Tony Scott is challenging reports that he killed himself because he was suffering from inoperable brain cancer.
The Los Angeles Times reports that family members "denied that diagnosis," deepening the mystery surrounding his suicide.
Los Angeles Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said, "According to the family there was no mentions of brain cancer or tumors, or anything like that."
As authorities piece together his final moments, a photo just emerged of the body being pulled from Los Angeles Harbor.
The 68-year-old director of classic action movies climbed a safety fence on a Los Angeles bridge before leaping 185 feet to his death Sunday in front of dozens of onlookers. Some were taking photographs and shooting video as he jumped and have been reportedly offering to sell them to news organizations.
An eyewitness said, "He put his foot on the top of the fence and paused...and then he threw himself off."
Scott used the stark industrial landscape surrounding the bridge in his last movie, Unstoppable starring Denzel Washington.
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