Matthew Perry Death Investigation Turns Sinister

According to reports, authorities think that “several persons” should face charges in relation to Friends star Matthew Perry’s passing. Meanwhile, authorities are questioning Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife.

Authorities think that “several people” ought to face charges as the inquiry into Perry’s ketamine-related death draws to a close, a law enforcement investigative source told People.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office will eventually determine whether or not to file charges, as the person purportedly claimed.

According to an In Touch Weekly article, police have reportedly questioned actor Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife, actress Brooke Mueller, “several” times about Perry’s death after they became friends during their periods in rehab.

Mueller is not in custody but is assisting the police, according to reports.

Since the police showed up at her sober living home with a search warrant, she has hired attorneys and met with them several times. An insider told the publication that she’s keeping quiet about the circumstances.

“She’s certain she had nothing to do with that, but it’s tough to say or know exactly what her part is [in Matthew’s death],” the person continued.

Authorities appear to have taken Mueller’s laptop and iPhone, but they have not arrested or handcuffed her.

According to Breitbart News, 54-year-old Perry passed away on October 28 at the age of his iconic role as Chandler Bing in the popular 1990s sitcom Friends.

According to an autopsy report by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner published in December, the actor’s cause of death was acute ketamine effects.

Contributing variables included coronary artery disease, opioid use disorder treatment with buprenorphine, and drowning.

In October, a staff member discovered Perry dead beneath the water in his hot tub at his Los Angeles residence.

Given his history of addiction and decades-long substance abuse, the public conjectured that Perry might have used illegal drugs. However, an initial toxicology test revealed that neither meth nor fentanyl was in Perry’s system at the time of his death, which was consistent with the actor’s claim that he had been sober for two and a half years prior to his passing.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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