The Bachelorette Australias Charlie Newling dies aged 36 in horror cliff fall

Charlie Newling was found dead after his car fell from a cliff in Dover Heights in Sydney.

Paramedics and police were called to the scene at Raleigh Reserve, after being contacted by residents in the area who found Newling’s car at the base of the cliff, according to The Daily Mail.

A New South Wales Police spokesperson has confirmed his death is not being treated as suspicious.

The tragic news comes eight weeks after he welcomed a baby girl with partner Kristal Taylor.

He also has a 13-year-old son from a previous relationship.

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Charlie appeared on Ali Oetjen’s season of the television reality show in 2018, and was initially tipped as the show’s front-runner to win her heart on the Channel 10 dating show.

Viewers even dubbed him “Mr Perfect” after he boasted of his strong “family values”.

But some fans changed their minds after he refused to introduce Ali to his family until the pair had become “exclusive”.

Charlie, who worked as a builder, briefly dated ex-Bachelor star Dasha Gaivoronski who appeared on former rugby player Nick “The Honey Badger” Cummins’ season.

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The pair had been spotted on dates together in Sydney, and at various events.

Charlie later struck up a relationship with influencer Esme Dewitt in 2019.

He maintained a low profile until September last year when he was charged with threatening to torture and kill his stepdad.

During the trial, his lawyer said his client had struggled with alcohol abuse.

The magistrate acknowledged Charlie had suffered childhood trauma after his father died in 2018 from an overdose.

The TV star spent one month in custody and served the remainder of his 13-month prison sentence in the community.

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