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Clint Arlis Dies: ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 11 Competitor Was 34

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Clint Arlis, a competitor on Season 11 of ABC’s The Bachelorette in 2015, died Tuesday, Jan. 11, his sister has confirmed. He was 34.Details surrounding his death, including the cause, were not disclosed.“It is with great sadness to tell you that  my family has lost my best friend and older brother Clint on the morning of January 11th,” sister Taylor Lulek wrote in a Facebook post. “Please respect our family’s privacy as we try to cope with this great loss.”Arliss, a former high school wrestler from Batavia, Illinois, made it through three weeks of Season 11 before his elimination by Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe.

An architectural engineer, Arliss was remembered on Twitter by the season winner Nick Viall.“Just heard about the passing of Clint Arlis,” Viall wrote. “I got a chance to get know Clint a little after our time on Kaitlyns season and I always enjoy [our] time and conversations.

A very kind, unique, and talented person who was taken from this world far too soon.”In an Instagram Story video, Bristowe said, “This is an Instagram story I did not think I’d be doing tonight but Clint, who was on my season of The Bachelorette …he tragically passed at 34 years old.

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