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Matthew Perry cause of death listed as ‘acute effects of ketamine’

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Matthew Perry, known for his role as Chandler Bing on “Friends,” died at the age of 54 from the “accute effects of ketamine.”

The drugs resulted in Perry drowning in his hot tub. Other conditions that contributed to his death included “coronary artery disease, buprenophrine effects.”

“Prescription medications and loose pills” were found at the residence, the report said.

Perry shared an eerie final photo on Instagram days before his death.

The photo showed him in a hot tub, and he captioned it with a reference to Batman. “Oh, so warm water swirling around makes you feel good? I’m Mattman,” he captioned the post.

Perry had a history of struggles with addiction and had been in rehab multiple times.

“Five days later, Perry would die of an apparent drowning. According to TMZ, the beloved star was reportedly discovered dead in the jacuzzi of a home in Los Angeles’ Pacific Palisades neighborhood just after 4 p.m. on Saturday,” the report found.

“We responded to the 1800 block of Blue Sail Rd for a death investigation on a male 4:10 pm this afternoon. He was in his 50s,” the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement. (Trending: Judge Declines To Recuse From Trump 2024 Ballot Case)

In his memoir, he mentioned how Jennifer Aniston confronted him about his drug use during the filming of “Friends.”

“Friends” costar Jennifer Aniston criticized his drug use while they filmed the NBC sitcom. “I had long since gotten over her – ever since she started dating Brad Pitt, I was fine – and had worked out exactly how long to look at her without it being awkward, but still, to be confronted by Jennifer Aniston was devastating. And I was confused,” he wrote, recalling the actress said “I know you’re drinking.”

“I was the injured penguin, but I was determined to not let these wonderful people, and this show, down,” he wrote.

“‘We can smell it,’ she said, in a kind of weird but loving way, and the plural ‘we’ hit me like a sledgehammer.”

Perry had been active on social media, sharing more photos recently.

He starred on “Friends” for 10 seasons and reunited with his co-stars for a 2021 HBO Max special.

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