LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Marie Osmond says her son Michael Blosil, 18, has died.
In a statement through her publicist Saturday, Osmond said her family is devastated by the "tragic loss," but did not provide details on the death.
Entertainment Tonight is reporting on its Web site that Blosil jumped to his death Friday night from his downtown Los Angeles apartment building.
A Los Angeles Police spokesman says officers responded to an apparent suicide in the area, but the victim has not been identified.
Blosil reportedly left a note which referred to a lifelong battle with depression.
Donny Osmond, Blosil's uncle, told ET: "Please pray for my sister and her family."
Blosil was one of Marie Osmond's five adopted children.
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