Love Island star Mike Thalassitis known as 'Muggy Mike' found dead

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    Love Island star Mike Thalassitis found dead     Popular reality star's body reportedly found in woods    
                       By Karen Hyland

Love Island Love Island star Mike Thalassitis found dead Popular reality star's body reportedly found in woods By Karen Hyland

The reality star was found in a woodland area near his home.

Love Island star Michael Thalassitis has been found dead aged just 26.

The former League Two footballer enjoyed a successful career in the sport before becoming starring on Love Island in the summer of 2017.

Several reality TV stars posted tributes to Thalassitis. "My thoughts go out to all of Mikes friends and family".

Mike quickly garnered the nickname "Muggy Mike" following an altercation with Chris Hughes over Olivia. All my love goes out to your friends and family.

Mike also featured on Celebs Go Dating
Mike also featured on Celebs Go Dating

Thalassitis, commonly known as "Muggy Mike", hosted a night at Fever and Boutique in Exeter past year.

His cause of death is not yet known, however, more details will be revealed in the coming days.

Mike first rose to fame as a contestant on Love Island.

Mike, who appeared on Love Island 2017, was reportedly found near his home in Essex.

Mike shared a relationship with TOWIE star Megan McKenna, however the pair split earlier this year.

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