Bachelorette Star Michael Nance's Cause Of Death Revealed

The details surrounding the death of The Bachelorette contestant Michael Nance have been released.

Us Weekly reports that Nance's cause of death has been attributed to "multiple drug toxicity." The magazine notes that the Travis County Office of the Medical Examiner released Nance's autopsy report on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, revealing that cocaine, heroin, Clonazepam, and Gabapentin had been found in Nance's system.

His death has been ruled as an accident.

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Nance was found unresponsive on May 29 and was soon pronounced dead. At the time, a spokesperson for the Austin Police Department Homicide Unit told the press, "At this point it is not a suspicious death and the manner will be determined by the medical examiner."

Nance was just 31 years old.

After news of his death broke, Emily Maynard, the woman whose affection Nance had compete for on The Bachelorette, tweeted, "So sad waking up to the news about Michael Nance. Such a kind heart with so much talent. Sending prayers and love to his family and friends."

Our thoughts remain with Nance's loved ones at this time.