Several passengers who witnessed Tony Scott's tragic jump off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles are shopping around video of the fatal leap.
While TMZ has reportedly seen the footage, the Thirty Mile Zone entertainment news outlet opted to steer clear of the potentially controversial video and not purchase the material.
As previously reported, multiple cruise passengers reached for their cell phone cameras when they noticed a man climbing over a fence on the bridge in San Pedro in the middle of the day.
Cameras apparently kept rolling as the man, eventually identified as the "Top Gun" director, jumped off the 1,500-footlong suspension bridge and plummeted to his death.
According to TMZ, one of the harbor cruise passengers told the outlet that Scott, the Hollywood director behind such movies as "Beverly Hills Cop II" and "Unstoppable," landed right next to their tour boat and that most of them witnessed the jump.
In the hours following the incident, a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant told reporters that a note was found in Scott's Toyota Prius, which was parked on one of the eastbound lanes of the bridge. Details of the letter have not been released.
Further reports also surfaced that pointed at the famed Hollywood director having inoperable brain cancer and that being the reason for his suicide.
But according to investigators, Scott's wife refuted the rumor saying that it is "absolutely false." Donna Scott reportedly added that her husband did not have any other severe medical issues that would have caused him to take his own life.
According to officials, authorities used sonar equipment to find Scott's body in the port's murky waters. His body was recovered at around 4:30 p.m., roughly four hours after he jumped.