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Matthew Perry may have exchanged drug prescriptions with other addicted friends.

“Matthew Perry’s Death: Autopsy Confirms ‘Acute Effects of Ketamine’ as Cause”

The tragic death of beloved Friends star Matthew Perry continues to send shockwaves through Hollywood nearly nine months after he was found dead in his Los Angeles home hot tub at the age of 54. The autopsy report confirmed that Perry had been killed by the ‘acute effects of ketamine.’

As the industry grapples with the loss of such a talented actor, rumors surrounding the circumstances of Perry’s death have been swirling. Speculation suggests that Perry may have been involved in trading prescription medications with others struggling with addiction. Tracy Walder, a former agent with the CIA and FBI, believes that Perry may have been exchanging scripts for cash with dubious friends.

Marty Singer, a prominent legal figure in Hollywood who represented Perry for decades and now represents his estate, expressed concerns about Perry’s use of ketamine leading up to his death. Singer stated that anyone involved in the inappropriate use of ketamine for Perry should be prosecuted.

The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office revealed that Perry’s death was drug-related, with drowning, coronary artery disease, and the effects of buprenorphine also playing a role. Despite receiving ketamine treatments for anxiety and depression, the autopsy report indicated that the ketamine in Perry’s system at the time of death could not have come from his therapy.

The untimely death of Matthew Perry has left fans mourning the loss of a true talent while also shedding light on the dangers of substance abuse in Hollywood. The investigation into Perry’s death continues, with many hoping for justice to be served for those who may have contributed to his tragic demise.

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