Follow America's fastest-growing news aggregator, Spreely News, and stay informed. You can find all of our articles plus information from your favorite Conservative voices. 

The tragic passing of Matthew Perry due to a ketamine overdose may provide an opportunity for the Los Angeles PD to uncover and dismantle the underground drug networks in Hollywood.

This extensive operation could potentially implicate well-known individuals in connection with the investigation into the ‘Friends’ actor’s death.

The LAPD, working in collaboration with the DEA and US Postal Inspection Service, is said to be on the verge of announcing potential charges, including involuntary manslaughter.

Page Six reported:

“Aside from Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife Brooke Mueller, who has been quizzed by cops about her friendship to Perry — but has not been accused of any wrongdoing — we have learned the identity of an actress who has become embroiled in the investigation.This B-list star was very close to Perry for many years and the pair even appeared on screen together. They also posed for a photo together at the office of a doctor who is understood to prescribe ketamine.”

According to Tracy Walder, a former CIA and FBI special agent, there could be multiple individuals facing charges as drug rings utilizing mail fraud are on the rise.

“’Intent is going to be the question’, she said, ‘They obviously knew what they were doing was wrong [by drug dealing]. However, did they actively know that by procuring this it would kill him?’”

Involuntary manslaughter charges may result in a maximum prison sentence of five years.

The scheme often entails obtaining a legal prescription for ketamine with a $20 copay through insurance, and subsequently selling it to an addict for $10,000.

“’He could easily have been procuring drugs through friends, ‘if you give me money I will give you my prescription’, there is a whole market that way’, she said.”

Matthew Perry’s death certificate.

On October 28th of last year, Perry was discovered unconscious in his Jacuzzi at his residence in Los Angeles and was declared deceased.

The levels of ketamine in Perry’s body were ‘in the range used for general anesthesia during surgery’.

“The source pointed out LA is filled with ‘Doctor Feelgoods’ who will administer narcotics to known addicts. At the time of his death, Perry, who rose to fame as the wise-cracking Chandler Bing in ‘Friends’, was believed to have a live-in nursing team, plus executive assistant Kenny Iwamasa, thought to be the person who found him. There was also a security team.”

Perry invested $9 million in his efforts to recover, which included 15 stays in rehabilitation facilities. It has recently come to light that he had approximately $1.5 million in cash remaining in his bank account at the time of his passing.

The rest of his assets, which are valued at over $100 million, were designated to a trust that he set up in 2009.

Doug Goldsmith

View all posts

Add comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



Sign up for our daily email and get the stories everyone is talking about.