G. McConway
December 12, 2023

Jennifer Aniston Reveals She Was Exchanging Texts with Perry the Day He Died

There has been a lot of speculation about the death of "Friends" star Matthew Perry.

Perry has gone down some deep holes, so it was only natural to wonder if the darkness got a grip on him and his death was not actually an accident.

According to his former co-star, Jennifer Aniston, that was unlikely because Perry was in a much better place as of late, including that day.

I Just Talked to Him

Perry accidentally drowned in a hot tub at his home, which drew speculation that he possibly took something and just called it quits.

Aniston does not believe that to be the case, stating, "He had quit smoking. He was getting in shape. He was happy — that's all I know.

"I was literally texting with him that morning, funny Matty. He was not in pain. He wasn't struggling. He was happy."

She added, "I want people to know he was really healthy, and getting healthy. He was on a pursuit. He worked so hard."

Perry was one of the most popular stars on the sitcom, but it was later revealed that much of his time on that show was spent beating back demons.

For those who watched the show regularly, it was clear that Perry was having some personal struggles, as his appearance seemed to fluctuate from season to season.

As it turns out, that was because of a drug and alcohol addiction, an issue that was sometimes present on the set.

Even so, he delivered the show's funniest lines during its run, making both fans and fellow cast members double over from laughter.

His timing was impeccable, but these artists always seem to have something in the back of their minds that refuses to allow them to enjoy their success with excess.

Another great talent lost… and he will be missed.

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