Sacked Welsh Assembly minister Carl Sargeant found dead
Three women had made complaints about the Labour politician's personal conduct.
Former Welsh Government minister Carl Sargeant, who was sacked last week after allegations about his personal conduct, has died, a family spokesman said.
North Wales Police have confirmed that they were called to an address in Connah's Quay on Deeside this morning.
Mr Sargeant was sacked from the Welsh Government on Friday and suspended from the Labour party after three women had made allegations to the First Minister about his personal conduct.
He was 49-years-old and had been the AM for Alyn & Deeside since 2003 and served in the Welsh Government for 10 years, first as Chief Whip and then as a cabinet minister. He was married and had a son and a daughter.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the death of Mr Sargeant was "terrible and deeply shocking news".