Dias, who was 34, was found dead in his Brooklyn apartment on June 4. Police arrived at his apartment in the evening; Dias was pronounced dead on the scene.
Dias was found next to hallucinogenic drugs; additionally, there were lacerations on his wrist. As per the report, the lacerations were not related to his death. Instead, the report cites "chronic substance abuse" as the direct cause of Dias' death.
When Dias died, there was some speculation that he had died by suicide. The confirmation of drug-related causes reveals that he did not, in fact, die by suicide.
Dias, who was openly gay during his time on the show, co-founded an AIDS research charity called Generation Cure — People obtained this information via Dias' LinkedIn. According to the networking site, Dias also studied acting and worked in finance after his Road Rules career had come to an end.
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