Bank of America intern found dead in London after allegedly working three nights in a row

Scotland Yard says the death is not suspicious

The controversy over internships reached a whole new level when police discovered Bank of America intern Moritz Erhardt dead in his apartment in London after working grueling hours for three days in a row.

Erhardt's internship was almost over—just one week left—when police and paramedics found him on Aug. 15. He suffered from epilepsy, according to CNBC, and had collapsed in his shower. According to unconfirmed social media reports, he had worked until 6 a.m. for three days straight.

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