Matthew Perry’s Initial Details Of Toxicology Test Released
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Matthew Perry’s Toxicology Report
The initial tests conducted on Matthew Perry have indicated that his death was not a result of a fentanyl or methamphetamine overdose. Law enforcement sources, as reported by TMZ, conducted a preliminary examination on Perry, which did not reveal the presence of fentanyl or meth in his system. However, it’s important to emphasize that more comprehensive toxicology tests are currently underway. These tests aim to determine if any other illegal substances were present in his blood and whether the levels of any prescription medications may have been at harmful levels.
These more extensive test results are expected to be available within the next 4-6 months. Once all the relevant data has been collected, the coroner will proceed to determine both the cause and manner of Perry’s death.
It’s worth noting that the prescription drugs found in Matthew’s house were all prescribed to him for his various medical conditions and were stored in their proper containers.
Robbery Homicide Division Findings
If any illicit substances are discovered in the autopsy results, the LAPD’s Robbery Homicide Division will continue to investigate. Although RHD’s involvement initially raised questions, particularly in the absence of evidence of foul play, it’s common for this division to lead high-profile cases due to its experience and dedicated resources.
The fact that the initial testing has shown no signs of a meth or fentanyl overdose, which are unfortunately common causes of death in America’s opioid epidemic, aligns with what people close to Matthew have conveyed – that he was sober and experiencing a period of happiness in his life.
RIP MATTHEW PERRY
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