Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend links his death to ketamine treatment,wants probe | Hollywood

Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend Kayti Edwards, is demanding an investigation against the late actor’s doctors. She is linking his drug relapse to the ketamine treatment prescribed by them.

Matthew Perry's ex-girlfriend Kayti Edwards, is demanding an investigation against the late actor's doctors. She is linking his drug relapse to the ketamine treatment prescribed by them.
Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend Kayti Edwards, is demanding an investigation against the late actor’s doctors. She is linking his drug relapse to the ketamine treatment prescribed by them.

Kayti’s demand for a probe into Matthew’s treatment

According to Kaity, the actor may have considered ketamine infusions from a doctor that might have been a gateway for him to return to drug usage.

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“I’m pretty sure that in Matthew’s brain, ketamine infusions at a doctor’s would count as still being sober. In his brain, it’s not the same as going on the street to buy crack or heroin,” she said in an interview with The U.S. Sun.

“That probably was the stepping stone for him to go back to doing drugs. I think the doctors who had been working with Matthew should be investigated. I’m pretty sure he would have had an in with a doctor,” she added.

The toxicology report revealed that the actor passed away due to ‘acute effects of ketamine’. Ketamine is a dissociative anaesthetic used for treating depression. It is said that Matthew underwent ketamine infusion therapy to treat anxiety and depression before his death.

On December 17, Sunday, a close friend of the deceased actor stated to The Daily Mail that Perry “lied to everyone about being clean.”

Matthew Perry’s cause of death

As per his autopsy reports released on December 15, Friday, Matthew Perry died because of ‘acute effects of Ketamine.’ The effects of the drug, combined with other factors, reportedly made the actor lose consciousness and drown in his hot tub.

Matthew Perry passed away on October 28 at the age of 54. He was discovered lifeless at a residence. The actor was found in a jacuzzi at the location, and it was noted that no drugs found on the scene. His funeral service was held on November 3 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in LA, near Warner Bros Studios. It was attended by the entire lead cast of ‘Friends’ such as Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer

Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend, Kayti Edwards, is demanding an investigation into the late actor’s doctors, linking his drug relapse to the ketamine treatment prescribed by them. She believes that the ketamine infusions may have been a gateway for Perry to return to drug usage. In an interview, Edwards stated that Perry may have considered the infusions as a way of remaining sober in his mind. She believes that the doctors who had been working with Perry should be investigated, as they may have played a role in his relapse.

The toxicology report revealed that Perry passed away due to the “acute effects of ketamine.” The actor had undergone ketamine infusion therapy to treat anxiety and depression before his death. A close friend of Perry later revealed that he had lied about being clean. Perry’s autopsy reports confirmed that his cause of death was the acute effects of ketamine, which caused him to lose consciousness and drown in his hot tub.

Matthew Perry, known for his role in the TV show “Friends,” passed away on October 28 at the age of 54. His funeral service was held on November 3, attended by the entire lead cast of “Friends.” The current context surrounding this news is that Perry’s ex-girlfriend’s demand for a probe into his treatment has raised questions about the medical care he received and the potential role of ketamine in his drug relapse and subsequent death.

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