Former MTV “Road Rules” star Brian Lancaster was just 43 years old when he passed away in Pennsylvania in March. Now, RadarOnline.com has learned the cause of his death.
The Chester County Coroner’s Office told the site in a statement, “The cause of death was fentanyl, heroin and ethanol intoxication, with the manner of death being accidental.”
Lancaster had a few arrests over the years related to alcohol and drugs, but his mother Carol told Radar last month that she believed he was sober at the time of his death and had died of heart failure.
Brian was 23 when he appeared on “Road Rules” in 1999.
After the show, he got his master's degree in elementary education.
He is survived by his fiancée Sarah and his parents, Dennis and Carol.
In his obituary, Lancaster was described as "a spiritual explorer, dreamy stargazer, inquisitive world traveler and barstool philosopher who enjoyed a good mind meld.”
The obituary added, "Brian enjoyed the outdoors and was known in different circles as a tall-taled fisherman, free skier extraordinaire, daredevil skateboarder and ferocious backyard gardener. He loved being in nature and had a way with all living beings, making him somewhat of an animal whisperer."