Stuart Baggs died from sudden asthma attack
Stuart Baggs - who appeared on 'The Apprentice' in 2010 - was a long sufferer of asthma and died from a sudden and fatal attack
Former 'Apprentice' star Stuart Baggs died from an asthma attack.
The 27-year-old entrepreneur passed away in Douglas, Isle of Man last week and a statement released by the Isle of Man Constabulary earlier today (06.07.15) has confirmed that the cause of death was in fact the common respiratory condition.
The statement read: "Mr Baggs had suffered from asthma for many years and died as a result of his condition.
"It is clear that this is a tragic and premature loss of such a hardworking and visionary young man. We extend our thoughts to the family at this sad time."
The postmortem on Stuart's body - which was found by police after they were called to an address on Central Promenade in the island's capital - was originally inconclusive, leading to unanswered questions about the reality TV star's sudden death.
However, Isle of Man Police reassured the public that there was "no reason to view the circumstances as suspicious".
The Plymouth-born businessman lived on the island for most of his life and ran a telecommunications company.
Lord Alan Sugar was among those who paid tribute to Stuart after his death, describing him as a "stand out" contestant on the show.
He wrote: "Terrible news Stuart Baggs has died. My sincere condolences to his family and friends RIP one of the stand out characters of 'The Apprentice' (sic)."