Jasmine Fiore, Ryan Jenkins

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Ryan Jenkins didn't exactly confess to killing his swimsuit-model wife, Jasmine Fiore, but authorities may have finally found the motive in a case that shocked the reality-TV world.

Police in Buena Park, Calif., tell E! News that investigators have discovered a last will and testament written by the Megan Wants a Millionaire star three days before he committed suicide last August, after going on the lam for allegedly murdering his missus. Fiore's body was found mutilated and stuffed in a suitcase in a Buena Park dumpster on Aug. 15.

The letter, which detectives deemed a suicide note, was buried on a copy of the hard drive. In it, the 32-year-old Jenkins professed his deep love and affection for Fiore and called her beautiful. But the missive also laid bare the deep mistrust he had about her relationships with other men.

"I would describe it as a love-hate letter and then some apology to his family," Buena Park P.D. Sgt. William Kohanek tells E! News.

But, the officer continues, "there was a lack of any acknowledgment of the murder or why it was committed or where he was going after the murder and what his thoughts and plans were."

But was it a smoking gun?

"It was everything we knew, but it wasn't a confession," Kohanek adds. "Obviously that would've been nice for all parties."


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