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An Indiana University student has been found dead in his dormitory room by campus police performing a welfare check at the request of the victim’s brother.

Jose Mario 'Joma' Leonardo, 20, from Indianapolis, was found unresponsive in an Eigenmann Hall room in Bloomington last Thursday.

IU police officers went to Leonardo's room at 6.

40pm to perform a welfare check after being contacted by his brother, who told them he had not heard from him in a while.

Jose Mario 'Joma' Leonardo, 20, was found dead at his room at Indianapolis University in Bloomington on February 18

Campus police performed a welfare check at Leonardo's room at Eigenmann Hall (pictured) after his brother told he had not heard from him in a while

This picture shows a typical dorm room at Eigenmann Hall, not Leonardo's    

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Police said Leonardo appeared to have been dead for some time. No foul play is suspected at this time, reported Indianapolis Star.

Leonardo was a junior and a resident life coordinator at IU. He was expected to graduate next year.

His brother Koji Leonardo revealed in a Facebook post that preliminary autopsy results showed no signs of self-harm or foul play.

He also wrote that so far no cause of death has been determined. 

Leonardo was a junior and resident life coordinator at Eigenmann Hall. His brother wrote on Facebook that police found no evidence of foul play or self-harm 

'You have touch the lives of many people and have shined your kindness upon everyone single one of them,’ the brother wrote in a status update on Friday. ‘I will always look up to you. I will always be there for you, and i am glad to be able to call you my best friend and brother.'

Leonardo was a member of the group College Democrats at Indiana University, which posted a note on its Facebook page mourning his death.

‘Those who knew Joma were inspired by his dedication to progressive change, and we will work towards making the change he wanted to see in order to honor his legacy. He will be dearly missed,’ the post read.

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They met in 2018 but went public with their romance last September. 

And actor Charles Dance, 74, and his Italian film producer girlfriend Alessandra Masi, 54, looked very loved up when they stepped out in London. 

Charles tenderly placed his arm around Alessandra as they picked up some groceries from Fam market in north London, wearing matching face masks.

The chemistry between the pair was clear to see as they gazed up at one another during their chilly walk in the capital. 

Dapper Charles was dressed casually for the outing wearing a navy fleece, jeans and brown shoes as the pair got into a black cab to complete their journey. 

Alessandra wore a purple skirt with leather boots and a navy suede coat as she nestled into her partner. 

The couple went public during a romantic trip to Venice together last year, when they were pictured kissing in the sea amid the 77th Film Festival. 

The couple met three years ago, when he acted in art movie The Book Of Vision, which opened at the Venice film festival. Alessandra was the unit production manager and the film was principally shot in Italy.

She was then been hired to work on his next film The Inn At The Edge of the World, an adaptation of the Alice Thomas Ellis book about an unrelated group who answer an advert and go to a remote Scottish island to escape Christmas.

The actor will direct as well as star in that film, alongside Joanna Lumley and Freddie Fox. 

Alessandra, who comes from Bologna, has a degree in film from Bologna University and has been working in the movies for nearly three decades.

In an interview in 2019, Dance – who plays Lord Mountbatten in The Crown – said the end of his marriage to Joanna Haythorn had been a matter of great sadness. 

'I regret that the marriage ended; it was largely my fault. But sensibly, we're now the best of friends,' he said. 

He told another interviewer that he had not been 'the greatest husband in the world' to Jo, whom he met when he was 19.

© Provided by Daily Mail 'Not the greatest husband': Dance – who played Lord Mountbatten in The Crown – said the end of his marriage to Joanna Haythorn had been a matter of great sadness (pictured in 1987)

Before their split was announced he was linked to actress Emilia Fox. Then came a relationship with actress Sophia Myles, 33 years his junior; they dated from 2003 to 2005.

Next he dated model Shambhala Marthe, 26 years his junior, whom he met in a fruit and veg market. She was succeeded in his affections by painter Eleanor Boorman, by whom he had a daughter, Rose, when he was 65.

Miss Boorman is 25 years his junior and they split in 2012 soon after the baby arrived.

He told an interviewer in 2019 that he likes 'beautiful women' and added: 'I like independence, I like strong women, women who survive and thrive in what is still a male-dominated world in most professions. I think that description fits my ex-wife and my former fiancée, Eleanor.'

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