New investigation into Matthew Perry’s death could uncover drug ring

New investigation into Matthew Perry’s death could uncover drug ring
New investigation into Matthew Perry’s death could uncover drug ring

New investigation into Matthew Perry’s death could uncover Hollywood drug ring

According to information from Page Six, former CIA and FBI special agent Tracy Walder believes that Matthew shared prescriptions for controlled substances with some friends.

“He could have easily acquired drugs through friends: ‘If you give me money, I’ll give you my prescription’… there’s a whole market for that,” he said.

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“It’s incredibly sad, I feel sorry for Matthew Perry… (but) the people who preyed on (his) weakness are problematic – I would love to see some sort of felony conviction for the people who supplied him with drugs, something that will stick with them for the rest of their lives,” the former investigator added of the ongoing investigation into Matthew’s death.

“I dealt with Matthew shortly before he died, he seemed completely clean, but I was concerned when I learned about his ketamine use. Anyone who was involved in the inappropriate use of ketamine on Matthew should be prosecuted,” said Marty Singer, the veteran Hollywood attorney who worked with Perry for decades.

 
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