Danny Dias, a "Road Rules" alum and "The Challenge Family" star, died at the age of 34. A report from Bustle has confirmed that he was found dead in his Brooklyn Apartment on Saturday, June 3.

Further, a police report has confirmed that they responded to Dias' place through a 911 call around 5 p.m. on Saturday.

Dias, who appeared on "Road Rules" season 13 back in 2004, was believed to have taken drugs which may have contributed to his untimely death. Further, a source close to Dias had told the authorities that he took LSD and mushrooms on Saturday night at his apartment before he disappeared from his bedroom and was never seen again.

Is death a potential suicide?

The NYPD has released an official statement following his death that Dias was out of reach by his friends for a couple of days. After gaining entry to his apartment on Saturday, the authorities found his body unconscious and later on identified as Dias. Meanwhile, the medical examiner is working on the investigation to determine the real cause of his death.

A report from Bustle also confirmed that his friends had become worried after not hearing from him for several days. Soon after, they immediately called the 911 in order to find out what has happened to their friend. Later on Wednesday, a new report from TMZ has revealed that his death might be a potential suicide. Some vertical lacerations were found on his forearms, and further, authorities are treating it that the actor has ended his own life.

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Third member of MTV star to pass away

Everyone was shocked by the news after learning that a former MTV star has again passed away. Dias, who is from Linden, New Jersey, is known for his backgrounds in Music Education at Westminster Choir College in Princeton. Less likely to be recognized, but Dias had started his career back in 2004 when he starred in one of the seasons of "Road Rules."

Meanwhile, a report from AOL has confirmed that he was the third member of the MTV reality star who passed away. The former "Rob & Dig” star, Christopher Boykin, had died last month. A former "Newport Beach" star named Clay Adler also died this year. Hence, it is surprising for fans to learn that Dias had added into this list.

For the meantime, authorities are still going through their investigation in order to officially identify the real cause of his death. Everyone's thoughts are with the families and friends of Dias who are currently on their difficult time.