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‘Bachelorette’ Contestant Clint Arlis’ Death Is Under Investigation, No Foul Play Suspected

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Bachelorette alum Clint Arlis‘ death is currently under investigation, Us Weekly can confirm.The Batavia Police Department confirmed that officers responded to a call about a “deceased subject” at a private residence on Tuesday, January 11.“It was confirmed that Clinton K.

Arlis, 34, of Batavia was deceased,” the police said in a press release on Friday, January 14. “The matter is currently under investigation by the Batavia Police Department and the Kane County Coroner’s Office, however, no foul play is suspected.”Earlier this week, a family friend who coached wrestling at Arlis’ high school in his hometown of Batavia, Illinois, revealed that the former reality star had died.“It is with a heavy heart and a sense of profound loss that we announce the death of one of the Batavia Wrestling Program’s All-Time greats, 2005 graduate, Clint Arlis,” Scott Bayer wrote on Wednesday, January 12. “Clint was the beloved son of Coach Tom Arlis and his wife, Jamie, protective, loving older brother of his sister, Taylor, and the boyhood idol and best friend of his kid brother, Coach Logan Arlis.”Tributes from Bachelor Nation poured in after the Illinois native’s death became public knowledge.

The architectural engineer competed for Kaitlyn Bristowe‘s love during season 11 of The Bachelorette, which aired in 2015.“This is an Instagram Story I did not think I’d be doing tonight but Clint, who was on my season on The Bachelorette — I’m gonna say tragically — he’s tragically passed,” Bristowe, 36, said in a video posted on Thursday, January 13. “I’m not sure what happened [or] how it happened, but all I want to say is knowing him from the show, even though things didn’t end on the best terms for us, from his time on the show until today, I

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