Matthew Perry 911 call audio released as cause of death probed

Some initial toxicology results in Matthew Perry’s death investigation have come back. A basic test shows the “Friends” star had no fentanyl or meth in his system. The more in-depth tox tests will take between four and six weeks to come back. Investigators have mentioned that only prescription meds, that were properly prescribed and stored in their bottles, were found in Perry’s home.

Perry, the actor best known for his role of Chandler Bing on Friends, was found dead in his jacuzzi in his Pacific Palisades neighborhood on Saturday. He was 54.

He didn't want to only be remembered from FRIENDS - he was a well known advocate for people struggling with addiction as well.


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