Tyler Gwozdz Dead: Former ‘Bachelorette’ Contestant Dies

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Tyler Gwozdz, a contestant from Hannah Brown's season of "The Bachelorette", has died.

TMZ has just reported that he passed away and his body is with the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner's Office.

According to TMZ, which heard the 911 call, Gwozdz was hospitalized on January 13 after police and paramedics were called to a home in Boca Raton for a possible drug overdose. An autopsy is still pending, but his death is suspected to be the result of a drug overdose.

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It's unclear what exactly led to the suspected OD, but according to the 911 call - which we heard - a woman told dispatchers it might've been heroin. She had been trying to break down the door to the bathroom, where Gwozdz was locked inside.

Gwozdz was a contestant on the ABC reality series a year ago, competing for the heart of Hannah Brown.

Tyler was briefly featured during season 15, but was mysteriously sent home after 3 weeks on the show and a one-on-one date with Hannah. Tyler later spoke out about the thread, however, and dismissed it as "totally unsubstantiated rumors". Above everything else, I am a son to my mother.

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No further details have been released at this time. "BUT I will be alright".

According to Cam Ayala, another rose-seeker on Brown's season, producers told the contestants it was "in the best interest for Hannah and for Tyler for him to no longer be here". They didn't give a specific reason, other than saying he had to go.

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