SUICIDE NOTES OF MURDERED STEPHANIE PARZE’S EX-BOYFRIEND RELEASED

The stockbroker who hanged himself while under suspicion of killing his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Parze apparently called her a “piece of s–t” and told his parents that he “can’t do life in prison” in his suicide notes.

In a note scribbled on the back of a shopping list and addressed to “Mom, Dad, Sal, Sammy,” 29-year-old John Ozbilgen wrote that “most of the stuff you will hear is true.”

“Exept [sic] the child porn, I would never do that,” he continued, referring to the child pornography charges he was facing at the time of his Nov. 22 suicide.

The suicide note was one of two released by Monmouth County prosecutors on Monday, following an open records request by local outlets including Patch and the Asbury Park Press.

“Sorry about all this crazyness [sic]. I’ve been miserable for so long now, I had enough,” Ozbilgen told his family.

“I dug myself in a deep hole, this is the only choice,” he continued, signing off with a smiley face.

Photos of young children being abused were allegedly found on Ozbilgen’s cellphone Nov. 9 by authorities serving a search warrant tied to Parze’s disappearance. They also discovered 10 furious texts Ozbilgen sent Parze the night before she vanished.

The 25-year-old nanny was last seen alive Oct. 30 leaving her parents’ house in Freehold. Her remains were found Jan. 26 in a wooded area along Route 9 in Old Bridge.

Parze had filed a domestic violence complaint against Ozbilgen a month before she disappeared. Authorities have said Ozbilgen was the killer, and said he confessed in the notes.

His second note, addressed to an unidentified ex-girlfriend, included an apology and what appeared to be insults against Parze.

“Look @ the mess I created, LoL. Don’t beleve [sic] everything in the news,” he wrote.

“The girl in the news with me was such a piece of s–t,” he continued in an apparent reference to Parze.

“She hurt me over and over, when I was already at my lowest, she was a horrible person.”

“I love you so much little lady,” Ozbligen wrote to the woman. “I don’t know what I was thinking when I (messed) our relationship up. … I recently tried to reach out to you, you got a restraining order? Why? At that moment I felt like my entire world ended.”

He ended the letter with: “Sorry for everything, I wish I could go back in time @ correct my mistakes, but I can’t,” and a frown.

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