Matthew Perry's Financial Legacy Revealed: What Was in His Bank Account?
Matthew Perry's Financial Legacy Revealed: What Was in His Bank Account?

Matthew Perry’s Financial Legacy Revealed: What Was in His Bank Account?

The beloved ‘Friends’ star’s financial details have come to light as the investigation into his tragic death continues.

Nearly a year after his untimely passing, Matthew Perry’s bank account details have emerged. The 54-year-old actor reportedly had over $1.5 million in his personal account, as revealed by multiple sources.

According to Us Weekly, Perry had wisely placed most of his assets into a trust. His 2009 will named his parents, Suzanne Morrison and John Perry, along with his half-siblings, as beneficiaries. However, the specific contents of the trust remain undisclosed.

This revelation coincides with the ongoing investigation into Perry’s sudden death. The ‘Friends’ actor passed away in October 2023, discovered in the hot tub of his Pacific Palisades residence in California. The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office concluded that Perry died due to the “acute effects of ketamine,” which he was using for infusion therapy at the time. His toxicology report also cited drowning, coronary artery disease, and the effects of buprenorphine, a medication used for opioid addiction treatment, as contributing factors.

In May, reports indicated that the Los Angeles police and the Drug Enforcement Administration were probing the source of Perry’s ketamine supply.

Throughout his life, Perry was candid about his battles with addiction. In his 2022 memoir, “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing,” he shared his journey toward recovery. One harrowing story detailed his 2019 hospitalization due to OxyContin abuse, which led to a ruptured colon and a dire prognosis from doctors.

“I will have to live out the rest of my days knowing that my mother and others heard those words,” Perry wrote, reflecting on the pain he caused his loved ones.

After seeking therapy and treatment, Perry dedicated himself to helping others struggling with addiction, turning his personal pain into a mission of hope.

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