New information about the first toxicology test has come to light, adding to the tragedy surrounding the premature death of popular Friends star Matthew Perry. In contrast to rumors, the test has excluded the possibility that Perry had meth or fentanyl in his system, but more thorough testing is still being conducted, which raises more questions about the circumstances of his passing.

The preliminary results

An initial toxicology test performed by detectives after Perry passed away unexpectedly at his Los Angeles home revealed no evidence of the infamous narcotics methamphetamine or fentanyl. The actor’s well-documented battle with substance misuse has alarmed fans and coworkers, who have expressed their anguish over this development.

Continued Research:

Even though two important compounds were ruled out in the first test, law enforcement is still testing more thoroughly, which might take months to get results. Perry’s official cause of death is still listed as “deferred,” awaiting the results of these extra examinations. The public was reassured by LAPD Captain Scot Williams that foul play is not now suspected in the actor’s death.

Perry’s Last Hours:

When the Friends star was discovered dead in his jacuzzi on Saturday, emergency personnel raced to his Los Angeles residence. Perry’s assistant called for a cardiac arrest, and the LAPD opened a death inquiry. Perry’s home turned up prescribed medications for COPD, antidepressants, and anxiety, but no illegal narcotics, despite the devastating revelation, were located there.

Perry’s Association with Pickleball:

A surprising turn of events to the story is that Perry apparently played pickleball a few hours before he passed away. His pickleball partner reported that on that fatal day, the actor appeared “fatigued more than usual” during their game. This particular information sheds light on Perry’s last hours and begs the question of whether exhaustion contributed to his untimely demise.

A War Against Addiction:

Perry’s memoir, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing, published in 2022, openedly described his battle with heroin addiction. Five years ago, the actor experienced a potentially fatal event when his intestines burst as a result of abusing opioids. Even though there were no illegal substances discovered at the site this time, the case is made more complex by the tragic link to his earlier conflicts.

The Heartfelt Tribute of Co-Stars:

The co-stars of Perry’s Friends, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer, published a statement together expressing their shock at the death of their “family” member. They emphasized the significant influence Perry had on their lives and pledged to share further reflections when the time was right.