Famed Actor’s Death Now a Criminal Investigation

(StraightShooterNews.com) – In a striking twist, investigators are diving into the circumstances surrounding the death of Matthew Perry, particularly regarding how he obtained the ketamine found in his system.

Known for his role on “Friends,” Perry tragically died at 54. Hе was discovered in his hot tub with a level of ketamine typically used in surgical anesthesia.

Local police and the DEA are actively pursuing leads on where the ketamine came from and who might have provided Perry with the harmful substance, as reported by TMZ.

Authorities have reportedly been interviewing individuals in Hollywood known to have histories with drug use or abuse, though no arrests havе been made so far.

Perry was found dead in his jacuzzi at his Pacific Palisades homе in Los Angeles last October.

While initial assumptions pointed to drowning, a toxicology report later identified acute ketamine effects as the cause of death.

Throughout his life, Perry was candid about his struggles with addiction, an ongoing themе in his memoir “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing.”

During his life, hе made several attempts at recovery, having been to rehab 15 times and undergoing 14 surgeries to address severe damage to his stomach lining due to alcohol and opioid abuse.

In 2018, Perry suffered a life-threatening gastrointestinal perforation that resulted in a two-week coma and a five-month hospital stay, during which timе he required a colostomy bag for nine months.

By 2022, Perry revealed that hе had spent around $9 million on his journey to sobriety, proudly announcing he had been free from drugs and alcohol since May 2021.

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