Stuart Baggs Cause of Death: Former Apprentice Contestant Died from Asthma Attack
The cause of sudden death of former Apprentice contestant Stuart Baggs was an asthma attack, an official investigation has found.
Stuart Baggs’ body was found after police officers were called to his Isle of Man home on Thursday, July 30.
Inspector Iain MacMillan said: “Mr. Baggs had suffered from asthma for many years and died as a result of his condition.”
Police have informed the coroner that the 27-year-old entrepreneur died from “natural causes.”
Stuart Baggs lived in the Isle of Man for most of his life and ran a telecommunications company.
At 21 years old, he was the youngest-ever candidate to appear on The Apprentice in 2010.
Stuart Baggs, who was fired in the semi-final, became famous for his one-liners which included: “Everything I touch turns to sold” and “I’m Stuart Baggs the brand”.