Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch” Star, Nick McGlashan, passed away at 33 in a Nashville, Tenn., hotel.
Reports say he died from a drug overdose, according to an autopsy report made on 27, December 2020.
McGlashan was a resident of Florida who went to Nashville to presumably meet some friends.
McGlashan was found unresponsive in a hotel bathroom after the intake of “toxic mix of methamphetamine, cocaine, and fentanyl,” according to autopsy report.
Investigators say Drug paraphernalia was found in the bathroom.
He had starred in around 80 episodes of “Deadliest Catch” from 2013 to 2020.
McGlashan joined the show’s cast in 2013, yet came from a line of crabbers in his family. He started out crabbing at age 13 on his father Bruce’s boat.
McGlashan had struggled with drug and alcohol addiction. He went to rehab during the 13th season of “Deadliest Catch and of course, he had serious issues with work as regards his addiction of drugs, however, McGlashan was a fan-favorite due to his attitude and amazing disposition towards work.