‘Bachelorette’ Star Michael Nance Died From Cocaine, Heroin & Pill Overdose

The tragic musician also had track marks on his arms.

Bachelorette Michael Nance Autopsy
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‘Bachelorette’ Star Michael Nance Died From Cocaine, Heroin & Pill Overdose

The tragic musician also had track marks on his arms.

Emily Maynard’s Bachelorette suitor Michael Nance died from a cocaine, heroin and pill overdose on May 29, RadarOnline.com can report.

According to Texas’ Travis County Medical Examiner Office, the 31-year-old had cocaine, heroin, sedative clonazepam — otherwise known as Klonopin — and anticonvulsant gabapentin in his system, leading to multiple drug toxicity and accidental death.

READ THE SHOCKING AUTOPSY REPORT

In the shocking medical examiner report, doctors said Nance had “demonstrated punctate needle puncture-like marks” on his arms, and a history of “opiate abuse, hypogonadism and anxiety.”

An acquaintance found the musician on the bathroom floor of his Texas group home at 1:30 am, the deputy medical examiner claimed. He was declared dead at 2:54 after resuscitation attempts.

Former Bachelorette costar Arie Luyendyk Jr. previously said Nance was living in a sober home at the time of his passing, and was struggling with addiction problems.

Sadly, it appears he spiraled into relapse.

In a deleted scene from the ABC show in 2012, Nance claimed he had two years sober from pills.

“I was addicted to prescription drugs,” he said. “It’s a vicious cycle…I’m almost two years sober now.”

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