(NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.) -- Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi, 18, posted a goodbye message on his Facebook page before jumping to his death after his roommate secretly filmed him during a "sexual encounter" in his dorm room and posted it live on the Internet. Items belonging to Clementi were found by the George Washington Bridge last week, according to authorities. Clementi's post on his Facebook page, dated Sept. 22 at 8:42 p.m., read, "Jumping off the gw bridge sorry." Clementi's body has not been recovered, but police have pulled an unidentified male body from the Hudson River just north of the bridge. Paul Mainardi, the attorney representing the Clementi family, released a statement confirming Clementi's suicide. Two students, Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei, have been charged with two counts each of invasion of privacy after allegedly placing a camera in Clementi's room and live streaming the recording online on Sept. 19, according to a written statement by New Jersey's Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce Kaplan. Both Wei and Ravi surrendered to police. Wei has been released on her own recognizance and Ravi posted $25,000 bail. Lawyers for both Wei and Ravi did not respond to messages left by ABC News.
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