• Matthew Perry's death keep bringing new questions
  • His death by ketamine could bring more than one arrest
  • THIS is the latest from authorities

As the investigation by law enforcement nears its conclusion, the possibility of multiple charges being filed adds a new layer of intrigue and tragedy to the story of the beloved 'Friends' star. This article delves into the details of Perry's final days, his battle with addiction, and the legal complexities surrounding his death.

What really happened?

The world knew him as the quick-witted "Chandler Bing", but behind the laughter, Matthew Perry fought a private battle that ultimately led to a tragic end. The investigation into Perry's death, ruled accidental and linked to ketamine, is on the verge of a breakthrough, with "multiple people" potentially facing charges, a law enforcement source revealed.

In December, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner closed its investigation into his death, 'People' magazine reported at the time. In May, the Los Angeles Police Department told 'People' that after the medical examiner released its report, the LAPD began an investigation into the circumstances of his overdose death.

In May, an investigative source with the LAPD told the outlet that the department had been working with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. postal inspectors in an attempt to ascertain where the ketamine that killed Perry came from. The law enforcement investigation began in December, after the medical examiner's report.

Perry's demise shocked fans and friends alike, casting a shadow over his legacy. An autopsy report highlighted not just ketamine, but also drowning, coronary artery disease, and the effects of buprenorphine as contributing factors. The complexity of Perry's condition paints a picture of a man struggling with the demons of addiction, despite undergoing ketamine infusion therapy.

As the Los Angeles Police Department wraps up its probe, in collaboration with the Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. postal inspectors, the focus shifts to the source of the ketamine.

The U.S. Attorney's Office holds the keys to the next chapter of this saga, with the power to press charges and perhaps bring some closure to this tragic story.

"I wanted to share when I was safe from going into the dark side again," Perry told 'People' for a 2022 cover story. "I had to wait until I was pretty safely sober — and away from the active disease of alcoholism and addiction — to write it all down. I was pretty certain that it would help people if I did."

Perry's battle wasn't a secret. In his memoir, 'Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing,' he candidly discussed his addiction struggles, aiming to help others by sharing his story. His death underscores the harsh reality of addiction and the importance of seeking help.

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As Hollywood mourns one of its own, the legal implications of Perry's death could send ripples through the industry. The outcome of the investigation may not only bring justice for Perry but also shine a spotlight on the broader issue of substance abuse in the entertainment world.