Matthew Perry’s cause of death was “deferred,” according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner.
“An autopsy was completed today, and toxicology results are pending,” a representative for the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office confirmed to Fox News Digital.
Perry died Saturday after an apparent drowning in a hot tub at his home in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles on Saturday, law enforcement sources confirmed. He was 54.
Now TMZ has obtained the 911 dispatch call.
In the 15 second dispatch audio, the audio says “Agent 23. Rescue 23. EMS 9 on the radio. In response to the drowning.”
Confidential words have been bleeped out of the audio.
The coroner also listed “other significant conditions” as a cause of death.
His body was “ready for release,” per the medical examiner.
The drowning death of Mathew Perry keeps getting weirder..
One of the last things he posted was a video of “his hands” placing 3 cranberries on a table.
The lead singer of The Cranberries Dolores O’Riordan died of an accidental drowning in 2018.
According to TMZ, no drugs were found at the scene.
Matthew Perry had reportedly played 2 hours of pickleball on Saturday morning and sent his assistant to run some errands. When the assistant returned to Perry’s home, he found him unresponsive and dialed 911, TMZ reported.
Perry posted one last haunting photo of himself in a hot tub a few days before he was found dead… in a hot tub.
That is in combination with the other weird things..
1. His Last photo was in a hot tub (where he ended up drowning)
2. Batman comms
3. The Petty Mason Misspelling by Trump [RR] Perry
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