Coroner: former reality star’s death ruled an overdose

Brian Lancaster

The Chester County Coroner’s Office has released information about the death of Brian Lancaster. Lancaster, a former reality TV show competitor who died March 29, 2018 at Phoenixville Hospital in Phoenixville was 43. The cause of death was fentanyl, heroin, and ethanol intoxication, with the manner of death being accidental.

“While some progress is being made in the battle against substance abuse, we continue to lose too many members of our community to this epidemic,” Dr. Christina VandePol, Chester County Coroner, said. “Speaking with families like Mr. Lancaster’s, I hear so often about how difficult it is to fight addiction and how we are losing talented and loved people to this disease.”

Lancaster had been featured on MTV’s Road Rules in 1999.

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