Mr. OxiClean wasn't as clean as we thought.
According to the Hillsborough County, Fla., medical examiner, the beaded Orange Glo hawker did indeed die from a heart attack while sleeping. But toxicology tests reveal that cocaine was a factor, and that the 50-year-old Mays had used the drug in the days before his June 27death.
Previously, the coroner said Mays had prescription painkillers for a hip problem, but had no known history of drug abuse.
A month ago, Discovery Channel it would pick up a second season of the Mays-fronted reality show Pitchmen "as a tribute to Mays’ legacy."