Orange County resident Makenzie Arnone gave RadarOnline.com an exclusive account of what she witnessed Friday night just minutes after Marie Osmond’s son, Michael Blosil, tragically jumped to his death.
Makenzie was driving by the building when she said she saw paramedic activity. “I saw four firemen standing here and they had a sheet held up,” Makenzie told RadarOnline.com Saturday afternoon while standing outside of Michael’s residence. “There was caution tape all along the building here.”
“There were probably about four people standing here and I’m guessing they were witnesses. They had people standing up there,” Makenzie said pointing up to the balconies. “The cops were looking up there, so we guessed somebody jumped.”
Michael, 18, was said to have battled depression most of his life and left a suicide note.