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A New Jersey man who hanged himself in November after he was named a person of interest in the disappearance of an ex-girlfriend, revealing in a farewell letter to his family, and that “most of the stuff you hear is true.”

John Ozbilgen, 29, was found dead in freehold Township residence on Nov. 22, just two days after he was released from prison on a child pornography charge. He was arrested after police searched his home in connection with the Oct. 30 the disappearance of Stephanie Parze, who was eventually found dead in a wooded area, just a few months later.

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Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni said in suicide notes were found in the house and set Oxbilgen if the person who is responsible for it.

John Ozbilgen, 29, was found dead in freehold Township residence on Nov. 22, just two days after he was released from jail on child abuse charges that were filed against him after police searched his home in connection with the Oct. 30 the disappearance of Stephanie Parze.
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“Who is to blame and it belongs to John, Ozbilgen, John, Ozbilgen alone,” he said.

On Monday, prosecutors released two suicide notes written by Ozbilgen, in which he appears to have a sense of responsibility to take on.

“I’m so sorry for all this crazyness [sic], and I’m miserable for so long, and now that I have had enough of this,” Osbilgen, wrote in a note addressed to his family. “Thank you for everything, I can’t get life in prison. Most of the stuff you hear is true, except for [sic] the child pornography, I would never do that.”

On Monday, prosecutors released two suicide notes written by Ozbilgen, where he appeared to have a sense of responsibility to take on.
(Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office)

He continued on, saying that he had “dug” himself “in a very deep hole.”

“This is the one and only choice,” he wrote, before signing the note with a smiley face.

On a second note, Ozbilgen found the address of a stranger, ex-girlfriend, and even made a reference to the Parze, without the name of it.

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“I love you so much little lady,” he wrote. “I don’t know what I was thinking when I was f—ed our relationship up. You were the best thing that happened to me.”

On a second note, Ozbilgen found the address of a stranger, ex-girlfriend, and even made a reference to the Parze, without the name of it.
(Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office)

Ozbilgen pointed out that the woman he was writing, got a restraining order against him, and when he recently tried to reach out to her. Prosecutors had previously said that two other women had lodged a complaint against him Patch.com have been reported.

Ozbilgen talking about Parze, in his notes to the brothers, writing that “the girl is in The news with me, it was a piece of s—.”

He went on to say, ” She hurt me when I was @ my lowest, and she was a horrible person.”

Ozbilgen, was never formally charged in the Parze’s death.

The two had a brief but toxic relationship. Parze has filed a simple assault to domestic violence to file complaints against Ozbilgen, for a Sept. 23 incident in which he was accused of hitting her in the head with it.

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The plaintiffs also claimed that he had 10 unanswered Facebook messages, and texts, including one that referred to it as “f – – – – – – – – c—,” at nearly nine minutes, the day before she was last seen. He also sent her a message, accusing her of always being in the “relationships suck.”

Parze, 25, was last seen around 10 p.m. on Oct. 30 by her family. She was reported missing after she didn’t show up for work the next day. Her car and phone were still at her house.

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