Matthew Perry Was in 'Extremely Good Spirits' 1 Day Before Death, Says 'One of the Last People to Speak to Him'!

Entertainment reporter Athenna Crosby is shedding light on her final encounter with Matthew Perry, revealing that he was in great spirits just a day before his untimely death. Crosby, 25, shared that she and Perry had a delightful dinner together at the Hotel Bel-Air. The model and actress clarified that they were not on a romantic date but rather close friends who had been introduced a few months prior through mutual acquaintances.

During the dinner, Perry spoke enthusiastically about his upcoming projects and seemed genuinely happy and vibrant. Tragically, the beloved Friends actor passed away in his Los Angeles home at the age of 54, with reports suggesting an accidental drowning was the cause of death.

Perry had achieved tremendous success for his iconic portrayal of Chandler Bing on Friends for ten seasons from 1994 to 2004.

Following Perry's passing, Crosby joined others in posting heartfelt tributes on social media. She shared a photo of the actor on her Instagram Story, captioning it "Rest in peace, my friend." In a subsequent post, Crosby revealed her personal connection to Perry, emphasizing that she was devastated by his death. She noted that she wanted to maintain his privacy, as he was an extremely private person, but felt compelled to share her friendship with him. Crosby even displayed a handwritten note from Perry in his memoir, where he affectionately referred to her as "the Number 1 girl.


With the aim of honoring Perry's memory, Crosby encouraged her followers to explore his inspiring book, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing. She requested kindness towards all individuals, stressing that everyone is doing their best. Crosby also requested that speculation surrounding his death be avoided, emphasizing that Perry was making a comeback and longed for more time on Earth. She concluded by stating that the entertainment industry had truly lost a legend.

Crosby added an additional video to her Instagram Story, explaining her decision to share her story.

She clarified that her intention was purely to preserve Perry's legacy in a positive and respectful manner. Crosby refuted any claims that she sought fame or exploited Perry's death for personal gain. She disclosed that a photo of them together had been taken without her knowledge or consent, prompting her to set the record straight. Crosby assured her followers that Perry appeared completely normal and fine when they last met, emphasizing the importance of honoring his positive mental state in the day before his passing.

Despite his untimely death, Matthew Perry's legacy endures. Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing is now available for purchase at various book retailers.

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