Matthew Perry’s Ex Reveals Details About His Last Days
via This Happened / Youtube
In November 2023, videos surfaced on social media suggesting that actor Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend, Kayti Edwards, claimed he did not drown in his hot tub, contrary to rumors circulating after his untimely death at the age of 54 on October 28.
The videos, however, lacked evidence to substantiate these claims, highlighting the need to separate fact from speculation.
Edwards, in a November 11 interview with the Sun, expressed her doubt about the circumstances of Perry’s death, stating,
“I don’t believe he just drowned in his Jacuzzi, that doesn’t sound right.”
However, it’s crucial to note that, as of the current writing, the cause of Perry’s death has not been officially determined.
The rumors appear to have originated from a YouTube video by a channel named This Happened, which claimed to reveal the truth about Perry’s last days.
The video, with a caption suggesting insights from Perry’s ex-girlfriend and dramatic thumbnail text implying foul play, lacked credible sources and evidence.
“Matthew Perry’s ex-girlfriend, Kaity Edwards, is making some pretty serious allegations about Matthew’s mysterious death, and she claims that Matthew didn’t drown in his jacuzzi like the police initially claimed,” stated the video’s narrator, without providing verifiable evidence.
While this video gained over 8,000 views, at least three TikTok videos with similar unfounded claims collectively amassed more than 187,000 views. Social media posts on platforms like Twitter further spread the rumor by sharing related videos and articles.
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Contrary to the speculative nature of these videos, the Los Angeles Police Department has not determined the cause of Perry’s death. Captain Scot Williams, head of the robbery homicide division handling the investigation, stated to the Los Angeles Times that, “at this point foul play is not suspected.” Perry’s death certificate indicates that the cause of death remains “deferred.”
It’s important to emphasize that there is no evidence supporting or refuting the claim that Perry drowned. If such information were available, reputable entertainment media outlets would have reported it based on verified sources. The lack of official confirmation contributes to the uncertainty surrounding the circumstances of Perry’s passing.
The disclaimer at the bottom of the YouTube video,
“The content on this channel may contain gossip-based information, rumors, or exaggerated portrayals of reality,” serves as a reminder to exercise discretion while consuming such content, as not all information may be factual or verified.
In summary, the claim made by Edwards appears to be unfounded, and the videos circulating on social media seem to rely on dramatized narratives for online engagement. As investigations into Perry’s death continue, it’s essential to rely on verified information from credible sources to avoid the spread of misinformation and sensationalized content.
Watch the video below: