The Daily News reports that a 30-year-old man committed suicide—"A jogger discovered the body of Paul Zolezzi, 30, about 7 a.m., police said"— (apparently near the Brooklyn Museum in Mount Prospect Park, not Prospect Park) and left a suicide note on his Facebook status. His message read, left last night, reads, "Was born in San Francisco, became a shooting star over everywhere, and ended his life in Brooklyn......And couldn't have asked for more." His mother told the News that her son, an aspiring model and actor with a heroin addiction, was depressed after a broken engagement. She also blamed the drugs, "I would say that people get so lonely, so delusional that all they want to do is be remembered... He probably wanted to be remembered in a big way, to do it dramatically - that's what drugs will do to people."