Jenji Kohan, the creator of Weeds and Netflix's Orange Is The New Black was hit with tragic news yesterday after her 20-year-old son Charlie died while skiing in Park City, Utah. Charlie was on the trip with his father, Christopher Noxon, and two siblings when he fell and was airlifted to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. The exact cause for his sudden death has yet to be revealed. 

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"Charlie was brilliant, kind, funny, sensitive and loving," his father said. "He was keenly interested in and deeply curious about the world around him from the time he was a small child. People describe people as brilliant -- but Charlie was truly brilliant."

Charlie's mother Jenji has now posted a short note on the passing of her son on Instagram next to a couple of lovely images. "He was my best work. A list of adjectives don’t do him justice. There is no justice. I am the luckiest person who ever lived in that I got to spend so much time and help grow this brilliant, funny, truly kind and thoughtful person-man-boy," she wrote. "My baby. My golden child. My beautiful boy. I don’t understand what life is now without him in the world. I don’t understand where he’s gone. And I’m broken. How is this real?"