Saying Goodbye to Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry

Less than two weeks after the untimely passing of beloved actor Matthew Perry, his official death certificate has emerged, confirming the rumors that have been circulating. Perry, best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the iconic TV show “Friends,” tragically lost his life in an apparent drowning in a hot tub at his home in LA. The certificate reveals that no illegal drugs were found at the scene, and the only medication present was prescribed medicine, safely stored away.

Perry’s memorial service took place at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles over the weekend, with his castmates from “Friends” in attendance to bid their final farewell. As we mourn the loss of this talented actor, it’s important to remember that Perry faced his own battles with addiction but worked tirelessly to overcome them. In fact, he spent over $7 million on his journey to sobriety and used his personal experiences to help others in similar situations.

Matthew Perry and castmates

The news of Perry’s passing was first reported by TMZ, who received a call for cardiac arrest at Perry’s property. However, prior to his sudden death, Perry was living life to the fullest. An avid pickleball player, he would engage in the sport daily, sometimes playing twice a day. On the day of his passing, his pickleball partner noticed that Perry seemed unusually exhausted. Tragically, when Perry’s assistant, Erin, returned home after running errands, she found him with his head underwater in the hot tub.

Matthew Perry playing pickleball

While Perry’s official cause of death is still deferred pending the toxicology report, initial tests have already ruled out the presence of meth or fentanyl in his system at the time of his death. However, further testing is required to conclusively determine the full extent of substances involved. The toxicology report will not be available for several weeks.

Despite the challenges Perry faced, close friends attest to his commitment to sobriety prior to his passing. In 2022, he released a memoir titled “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing,” where he courageously opened up about his struggles with addiction. Perry’s departure leaves an irreplaceable void in our hearts, and we will miss him dearly. Let’s cherish the memories he gave us and remember him fondly.

Matthew Perry smiling

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Source: Bored Daddy