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The death of Matthew Perry from Friends caused by ketamine

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The Canadian-American actor died on October 28, at the age of 54.

Agence France-Presse

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The death of Matthew Perry, star of the series Friends, was caused by the “effects acute” from taking ketamine, the Los Angeles County Forensic Bureau announced Friday.

However, other factors also contributed to his death, determined to be an accident, the same source detailed: drowning, coronary heart disease and the effects of buprenorphine, a medicine used to treat opioid addiction. Ketamine is an anesthetic that is sometimes misused for recreational purposes.

Matthew Perry, 54, was found unconscious on October 28 by his assistant in a jacuzzi at his Los Angeles home.

The one who played Chandler Bing in the sitcomFriendshad struggled for years with his addiction to drugs and alcohol. In his memoir published last year, he said he underwent 65 withdrawal sessions, spending more than $9 million.

He had also undergone several surgeries related to his drug addiction issues, including a seven-hour colon procedure in 2018, going so far as to once say: I should be dead.

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