Police open investigation into source of ketamine which killed Matthew Perry


Police have launched an “open investigation” into the source of the ketamine which killed actor Matthew Perry.

Perry, who was best known for playing wise-cracking Chandler Bing in Friends, died at his LA home last October after being found unresponsive in the swimming pool.

A post-mortem found his death was an accident from “the acute effects of ketamine”.

Ketamine is a sedative that can be used as a recreational drug, as well as to treat depression.

Los Angeles Police Department is now working with the Drug Enforcement Agency as part of an investigation into why Perry, 54, had so much ketamine in his system at the time of his death.

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