Former BBC 'Apprentice' Star Died of Asthma

BBC "Apprentice" star Stuart "The Brand" Baggs was found dead in his apartment July 30. The coroner says the cause of death was asthma.

Former BBC "Apprentice" star Stuart Baggs was found dead July 30 in his apartment on the Isle of Man. 

A coroner discovered the 27-year-old died as a result of asthma

Baggs was the youngest contestant ever to compete on BBC's version of the show at just 21 years old in 2010. He was famous for one-liners like "I'm Stuart Baggs the brand." (Video via BBC)

In the days before his death, Baggs had announced his communications company was set to launch a new, cheaper and more accessible 4G network for the Isle of Man.

In a tribute written on Facebook, Baggs' sister Charlotte wrote: "Today my dearest brother Stuart Baggs gained his wings ... He was the biggest character and will leave the biggest hole behind."

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