BREAKING: ‘Bachelorette’ contestant dead at 29

JANUARY 23, 2020

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“Bachelorette” contestant Tyler Gwozdz, who was featured on Hannah Brown’s season of the popular ABC dating show, has died at the age of 29, Fox News can confirm.

The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner confirmed to Fox News the body they have in their possession is Tyler’s. He died on Wednesday.

The article goes on to state the following:

According to TMZ, he was reportedly hospitalized for a suspected drug overdose. Though an official cause of death is still unknown, the medical examiner told Fox News on Thursday that a full autopsy report likely won’t be completed for some eight to 12 weeks.

The report states that Gwozdz had been hospitalized in ICU for the past week, after police and medics in Boca Raton responded to an emergency call on January 13.

He reportedly overdosed on heroin and was found in the bathroom of his home.

In June of last year, Gwozdz posted a photo on Instagram announcing his support for “Make Our Schools Safe,” a program founded by Parkland parent Lori Alhadeff, whose daughter Alyssa was slain in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He wrote:

Television has been an amazing experience- I made friends and memories for life. But now it’s time to do more, and use this platform for the next generation. The wonderful woman to my left is my friend Lori.

@lorialhadeff8 founded @MakeOurSchoolsSafe after her 14 year young daughter, Alyssa Alhadeff, was brutally murdered in her English class on 2/14/18 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. 16 other innocent lives were lost in the mass school shooting.
Please join me and be a #voice for #change

Your Voice Is Your Power. I’ve always believed that learning to read and write makes a child absolutely unstoppable- this great nation’s #schools deserve modern updated #safety changes and layers of protection. Children & #teachers deserve to feel and BE safe in school. #Together we can Make Our Schools Safe. Follow @MakeOurSchoolsSafe to witness the journey and help support the mission.

 

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Television has been an amazing experience- I made friends and memories for life. But now it’s time to do more, and use this platform for the next generation. The wonderful woman to my left is my friend Lori. @lorialhadeff8 founded @MakeOurSchoolsSafe after her 14 year young daughter, Alyssa Alhadeff, was brutally murdered in her English class on 2/14/18 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. 16 other innocent lives were lost in the mass school shooting. Please join me and be a #voice for #change Your Voice Is Your Power. I’ve always believed that learning to read and write makes a child absolutely unstoppable- this great nation’s #schools deserve modern updated #safety changes and layers of protection. Children & #teachers deserve to feel and BE safe in school. #Together we can Make Our Schools Safe. Follow @MakeOurSchoolsSafe to witness the journey and help support the mission.

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