Matthew Perry’s former partner spoke out. She doesn’t believe in the cause of his death. He’s talking about stimulants
In 2006, Matthew Perry was involved with Kayti Edwards. After the breakup, the couple remained friendly. The actor’s ex-girlfriend has just spoken out about his death. She confessed that she did not believe in drowning.
MatthewPerry He undoubtedly gained his greatest popularity thanks to the role of Chandler Bing in the cult series “Friends” . The actor fought for many years addiction from alcohol and other intoxicating substances. At the end of October this year, sad news about the actor’s death circulated in the media. For many fans of the production, this was devastating news. According to foreign reports, the police found the star’s body in his home in Los Angeles. Investigators said the cause of death was drowning in a hot tub . It was officially considered an accident. However, not everyone believes in this course of events. Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend has just spoken out. The woman sheds new light on the case.
Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend has broken her silence. He does not believe in the circumstances of death
Kayti Edwards has a completely different opinion than the officers police . Matthew Perry’s former partner is convinced that before death the actor struggled with addiction again. She presented her theory in the foreign magazine “Daily Mail”. “There are many things that don’t suit me,” she said. Then she added that, in her opinion, the actor may have taken suspicious pills in the week before his unexpected death. “They said there were no prescription painkillers at the scene, which doesn’t surprise me because he didn’t leave any. He was paranoid and took them all so there would be no evidence, then went for more when he was ready,” she explained. .
Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend talks about his addiction
But that’s not the end. Another piece of evidence confirming Kayti Edwards’ thesis is that before his death, the actor called himself w social media “Mattman”. According to his ex-girlfriend, he only used this term when he was under the influence of drugs. “I was around when he was doing drugs, although I didn’t do it with him, and when I said that maybe he should cut back on the drugs a bit, he would say, ‘No, I’m Mattman,'” she recalled in the same conversation. Could her theory be true? This is not known yet. Matthew Perry certainly did not overdose on fentanyl or methamphetamine before his death. However, we will have to wait some time for detailed toxicological tests. This may take up to several months.