Stuart Baggs' death: post mortem carried out on The Apprentice star

Published Saturday, Aug 1 2015, 08:49 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Stuart Baggs' post mortem has failed to reach a conclusion.

The Apprentice star, 27, suddenly and tragically passed away on 30 July.

Stuart Baggs pictured before tragic death, 2015.

© Twitter / @stuartbaggs

And while the police are not treating his death as suspicious, a post mortem carried out on Friday (31 July) did not determine the cause of his death.

Isle of Man police said in a statement: "Further to the previous two media releases in respect of the death of Stuart Baggs (27) on Thursday 30 July 2015, the Isle of Man Constabulary can confirm that a Post Mortem examination was carried out this afternoon."

Stuart Baggs pictured before tragic death, 2015.

© Twitter / @stuartbaggs

They continued: "Whilst at this time the cause of his death is not fully determined, there remains no reason to view the circumstances as suspicious, and routine enquiries will continue in order to inform the Coroner of Inquests of the full circumstances. The date of the initial inquest is to follow.

"Mr Baggs' family have been informed of the outcome of the Post Mortem examination and they ask that their privacy is respected at this, the most difficult of times. They would like to extend their gratitude for the support and kind wishes they have received from their family and friends, and the support of the Constabulary."

Stuart Baggs pictured before tragic death, 2015.

© Twitter / @stuartbaggs

Reality star and entrepreneur Stuart became a household name when he appeared on the BBC show in 2010, the youngest ever candidate to take part at 21 years old.

He was found dead in bed at his home in the Isle of Man by a friend on Thursday, after a launch party for his latest business venture.

His sister Charlotte led the tributes to him, writing: "Today my dearest brother Stuart Baggs gained his wings. To say we are all shocked and devastated is an understatement.

"Love him or hate him, he touched many people's lives from his TV antics to his amazing work with Bluewave Communications.

"He was the biggest character and will leave the biggest hole behind. Not knowing what or why makes it all the harder."

The Apprentice's Stuart Baggs - 12 Nov 2014

© YouTube / BBC One

She continued: "Can't explain how proud I am of him. He was the king of following his dreams and making them happen."

The Apprentice's Lord Alan Sugar also paid tribute to Stuart, saying: "Terrible news Stuart Baggs has died. My sincere condolences to his family and friends RIP one of the stand out characters of The Apprentice."

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