Matthew Perry was “clean”, the Friends star “did not have Fentanyl or methamphetamine in his system”


By John

Matthew Perry, the Friends star found dead in the hot tub of his Los Angeles home, was “clean” of substances such as Fentanyl and methamphetamines, according to the preliminary results of the coroner’s analyzes of which the Tmz site claims to have come into possession. Other toxicology tests are underway and the results will not be available for four to six months, TMZ claims. According to what was announced when the body was discovered, the police did not find any narcotic substances in the actor’s house. However, there were various drugs in their bottles including anxiolytics and anti-depressants prescribed with a doctor’s prescription. Perry, again according to gossip sites, had been seen (and photographed) with an unidentified friend 24 hours before his death: “He seemed in good spirits and was so intent on conversation that he had barely touched what was on his plate.” Two weeks ago the co-creators of Friends, Marta Kauffman and David Crane, spoke to him: «he was fine, he was in a good mood. It didn’t seem like he had any weights on his shoulders,” the two told the Today program: “He was in a good position: that’s why all this seems unfair.”