Here Is The Last Day Of Matthew Perry, In Details

54-year-old famous actor Matthew Perry was found dead at his home in Los Angeles, in his hot tub, on 28th of October.

He was mostly known with his role as Chandler Bing, in the iconic TV show, Friends. He had acted in Friends with his co-stars, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow.

As it was reported, Perry had made more money from the show than his co-stars, as it is stated that he had $1 million more.

As he had earned great amount of money from the show, he had bought a house with a size of 10,400 square feet on Los Angeles. He also stated that it was an unnecessary expense, but people connected that he was an incredible Batman fan.

As Batman, or Bruce Wayne owned a penthouse, as a great fan, Perry probably thought that why wouldn’t he got one too. He had many details in his doings that would go parallel with Batman, he had phone cases, carwed a Batman logo on a pumpkin, and so.

When he was asked about his likes towards Batman, he had stated, “Well, he’s a rich loner. We both drive black, cool cars. […] I don’t solve crimes. But I’ve saved people’s lives.”

He was calling himself Mattman, and captioned his pictures sometimes with that nickname too. His final post from his Instagram account was captioned that included Mattman too.

As the reports are suggesting, on his final day, he had played pickeball with his friend, and as Perry stated to his friend, he was feeling exhausted.

As he went back to his house, Perry sent his assistant to do some errands for him, as he asked to get him his prescription glasses, and the new iPhone.

When his assistant returned to the Los Angeles home, his assistant had found Perry unresponsive in his hot tub, and called the authorities.

Los Angeles Fire Department stated that they had thought his situation was involved with water, but in truth they were going there with unknown information.

The authorities had stated that there were some prescribed depression drugs found at his house, but there were no substances of and alcohol near Perry.

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