Matthew Perry’s Death Ruled as “Deferred,” by Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner
In a shocking turn of events, the cause of Matthew Perry’s death has been classified as “deferred” by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner, according to recent reports. The beloved actor tragically passed away on Saturday, at the age of 54, following what appears to have been a drowning incident in a hot tub at his home in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles. Law enforcement sources confirmed the heartbreaking news to Fox News Digital.
During the investigation, authorities did not discover any drugs on the scene, leading them to believe that no foul play was involved. However, the coroner did list “other significant conditions” as contributing factors to Perry’s untimely demise.
The news of Perry’s death at such a relatively young age has sent shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry and beyond. Known for his iconic role as Chandler Bing on the hit television series “Friends,” Perry was a beloved figure in Hollywood.
The medical examiner has declared Perry’s body as “ready for release,” although further investigations and tests may still be carried out. The exact circumstances surrounding his passing are still under investigation, and his case remains open.
A photo of Perry, wearing a blue sweater and t-shirt at an event, has been circulating online as fans mourn the loss of the talented actor. The image serves as a poignant reminder of the immense talent and vibrant spirit that Perry brought to his roles throughout his career.
As fans and fellow celebrities alike grapple with this devastating news, the entertainment world mourns the loss of yet another beloved star. Matthew Perry’s presence will forever be missed, and his contributions to the industry will remain a lasting legacy.
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Tracy Wright is an entertainment reporter for Fox News Digital. For any story tips or inquiries, please contact Tracy Wright at [email protected].