Charlie Newling Death Reason: What happened to The Bachelorette Australia star?Charlie Newling appeared on The Bachelorette Australia in 2018 and was a quite well-known personality in Australian reality TV. Author : Malkit Singh
In a tragic development, the Reality TV star who was also seen in the famous The Bachelorette Australia, Charlie Newling died at the age of 36. Charlie Newling welcomed his second child with his partner Kristal Taylor just weeks ago died in Sydney after his car fell from a cliff in Dover Heights. For the unversed, Charlie Newling appeared on The Bachelorette Australia in 2018 and was a quite well-known personality in Australian reality TV. Now, the question arises What is Charlie Newling's death reason or what happened to Charlie Newling? To know the answer continue reading-
What happened to Charlie Newling?
As mentioned above, Charlie Newling's car fell from a cliff in Dover Heights and this is what became the reason for his death. As per Australian media reports, emergency services rushed to the scene on Saturday night and found his car on fire at the bottom of the 70-metre cliff. Notably, the authorities have ruled out any kind of could play in Charlie Newling's death. It means Charlie Newling's death was accidental. For the unversed, Charlie Newling was working as a builder. Charlie is understood to have welcomed a baby girl with his partner Kristal Taylor just eight weeks ago. Apart from this, Charlie also has a 13-year-old son from a previous relationship.
For those who have forgotten, Charlie was the front-runner on Ali Oetjen's season 2018 season of The Bachelorette - eventually coming fourth in the show. He was nicknamed "Mr Perfect" by Channel 10 viewers after boasting of his strong "family values".
Charlie Newling's death reactions
A user alleged "He was obviously using drugs. ..We have problems when we struggle to cope with rejection. ..What we have to understand about rejection - it's the wisdom of the universe saying no to a desire that is gonna be bad for us anyway! Acceptance is the key."