Road Rules (1995–2007)
The 34-year-old was found dead in his
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The 34-year-old was found dead in his Brooklyn apartment back in June with lacerations on his forearms. However, according to TMZ, those marks had nothing to do with the way he died. The Chief Medical Examiner in New York determined that
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Dias, 34, did not have lethal injuries but died of natural causes brought on by years of drug abuse, a spokesperson with the New York City Chief Medical Examiner tells People.
Dias was found dead on June 4 after police received a call about a man who needed assistance at 896 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn.
When authorities arrived, Dias was unconscious and unresponsive; paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene.
A source told People
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The reality show alum from the 13th season of the reality show in 2004 was discovered over the weekend in his Brooklyn, New York, apartment, the NYPD tells Et. Authorities add that Dias was pronounced dead at the scene, and at this time, no criminality is suspected.
"The cause and manner of death are pending further studies following yesterday’s examination," the Office of the NYC Medical Examiner’s Office tells Et.
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According to TMZ, Dias' friend told authorities that he witnessed him taking what appeared to be LSD and mushrooms, before panicking and running into his room. The outlet also reports that Dias was found with lacerations on his forearm. However, police told Et that they were unable to confirm any reports of drug use being involved in Dias' death.
Dias is not
According to Police, Dias — who appeared on the network’s Road Rules and The Challenge — was found on Saturday around 5 p.m. after they received a call about male who needed assistance at 896 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn. When authorities arrived, Dias was unconscious and unresponsive; paramedics pronounced him dead on scene. The cause of death is unknown at this time.
A source tells People Dias was found with lacerations on his wrists and surrounded by hallucinogenic drugs.
According to TMZ, who was first to report the death, Dias invited a
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