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Old 01-11-2024, 04:21 AM
 
Location: U.S.A.
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I mean, obviously he lied about being sober if he's doing fat rails of special k..


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Ketamine’s half-life is only three to four hours — and the amount found in Perry’s system was equivalent to the general anesthesia given to surgical patients, experts said.
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Old 01-11-2024, 09:26 AM
 
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Am not a huge fan of persons slagging the dead who aren't around to defend themselves.

Truth will out I suppose, but still at this point does it truly matter?

https://nypost.com/2024/01/10/entert...briety-report/
It probably does matter, because addicts are known to be moody, lie easily, etc. and people need to learn to recognize that.
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Old 01-15-2024, 09:50 AM
 
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I just watched the Megyn Kelley segment on Matthew Perry. Basically, this dude was a liar as he never got clean, and he was a serial abuser of women, as he had attacked many women in the past.

Hollywood is so evil. Many knew what he was doing, that he was lying about getting clean, and they also knew he was abusing women.

The Me Too movement is a joke, weaponized against some, while many others get a free pass.

But I’m sure there are many people out there who have a favorable opinion of this guy, because he was funny in some roles when he acted.
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Old 01-17-2024, 05:13 PM
 
Location: SCW, AZ
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Something to do with what? Everyone dies, regardless of name tag. Think about all the family/surnames that exist on the planet. Millions share the same name but have nothing in common other than being humans. Every single one of them will die of something eventually.
Geez! That part wasn't made in earnest.
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Old 03-12-2024, 01:51 AM
 
Location: NJ
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New article about Matthew's will. Also added another article that lists his parents, step parents and half siblings.

According to the article below, one executor, Robin Ruzan declined to act as executor, with Lisa Ferguson, who was his long time business manager, accepted.


Matthew Perry’s Will Revealed, Names Half-Siblings as Beneficiaries of His Alvy Singer Living Trust - March 11, 2024

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Five months after his death, Matthew Perry’s last will and testament has been unveiled.

Perry, who died in October 2023 at the age of 54, created his will in 2009. He named Lisa Ferguson and Robin Ruzan as the coexecutors of the will, noting that most of his estate would be placed in his Alvy Singer Living Trust.

"All my personal and household effects, including, but not limited to, jewelry, furniture and furnishings, works of art and automobiles, together with any insurance on such property, shall pass as part of my residuary estate,” Perry outlined in the court documents obtained by Us Weekly on Monday, March 11.

When it comes to his estate, the actor’s will names his father, John Perry, and his mother, Suzanne Morrison, as two of the trust beneficiaries

Matthew’s half-siblings from his mom and stepdad Keith Morrison’s marriage — Caitlin Morrison, Emily Morrison, Madeline Morrison, William Morrison — were also named under the trust’s beneficiaries.

His half-sister Maria Perry-Bowick, whom Matthew’s father, John, and stepmom Debbie Boyle welcomed in 1986, were also listed.


Matthew Perry’s Family Guide: Meet the Late Actor’s Surviving Parents and Siblings - October 30, 2023

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Matthew’s parents, John Bennett Perry and Suzanne Morrison, split less than one year after he was born. His mother later married Dateline host Keith Morrison, and they welcomed four kids. Matthew’s father also welcomed a daughter after he got remarried to Debbie Boyle

John Bennett Perry - Matthew’s father was an actor

Suzanne Morrison - Matthew’s mom was a Canadian journalist

Keith Morrison - Suzanne married Keith in 1981. Matthew’s stepfather is a Canadian journalist and has been the host of Dateline since 1995.

Debbie Boyle - Debbie and John married in 1981. Matthew’s stepmother also has a career in the entertainment industry as a television writer.

Caitlin Morrison - Caitlin was Matthew’s first half-sister, born in 1981. Matthew recalled being 10 years old when she was born.

Emily Morrison - his second half-sister born in 1985

Mia Perry - Matthew’s father welcomed a daughter with his second wife, Debbie, in 1986

Will Morrison - Matthew didn’t write much about his half-brother, who was born in 1987

Madeline Morrison - Matthew’s fifth half-sibling was born in 1989. She has worked as a producer for Dateline
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Old 03-15-2024, 11:32 AM
 
Location: SCW, AZ
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Let's see if there are any ensuing lawsuits between parties. There usually is because of how many people have a self-entitled opinion of what their slice of the pie should be.
If they are all in Canada, might be different but in the US, especially in CA, probation/litigation cases are a scam at the highest order.
A lot of lawsuits being filed ignoring the "Living Trust" or the Will of a deceased. Court system and lawyers are out to make money that is why 90% of such cases end in settlements.
Cases last as long as there is money for lawyers to make more, milking each case unnecessarily for years.

Hopefully the Morrisons and Perrys are wise and civil about his Will.

R.I.P. Matthew Perry.
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Old Today, 07:44 AM
 
Location: So Ca
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Perry was found dead Oct. 28 in the hot tub of his swimming pool at his Pacific Palisades home. Trace amounts of ketamine — which is sometimes used to treat depression — were found in Perry’s stomach, according to the Los Angeles County medical examiner. But the level found in his blood was about the same quantity as would be used during general anesthesia, his autopsy showed.

How Perry came to have so much ketamine is now the subject of a probe by the Los Angeles Police Department with the assistance of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the U.S. Postal Service, Robbery-Homicide Division Capt. Scot Williams told The Times on Tuesday. TMZ first reported the investigation.


https://www.latimes.com/california/s...-investigation

https://www.tmz.com/2024/05/21/cops-...gins-ketamine/
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