Clark Gable III, Host of ‘Cheaters', Grandson of Hollywood Icon Found Dead in Dallas Home

His body was found inside his Dallas home at about 8 a.m. Friday, police said

Clark Gable III, the grandson of Hollywood legend Clark Gable, died in Dallas in February.

His body was found by a friend inside his Dallas home at about 8 a.m., Feb. 22, according to police.

Gable died as a result of the combined toxic effects of fentanyl, oxycodone and alprazolam, The Dallas County Medical Examiner said.

The 30-year-old was the latest host of the Dallas-based television show, "Cheaters," which features people suspected of infidelity.

News about his death was posted on the show's Facebook page Friday afternoon.[[506233971,C]]

His sister, Kayley Gable, also posted on her Facebook page about her brother's death.

"I LOVE YOU CLARKIE. I'm so sorry we couldn't save you."[[506233891,C]]

Gable's mother, Tracy Scheff, also posted about her son on Instagram.[[506233801,C]]

He was Clark Gable's only grandson.

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