'You need to unstick me': Mathew Perry superglued his hand to his legs while he was 'high out of his mind' claims longtime pal
Mathew Perry reportedly superglued his hand to legs when he was extremely high, a close friend of his claims
'F.R.I.E.N.D.S' actor Mathew Perry had always been candid about his struggle with drugs and alcohol, however, recently his longtime friend Kayti Edwards revealed the extent of his tryst with addiction and how much it has affected him in the past in a tell-all interview with InTouch Weekly. Speaking about which she said: "It got to the point where Matthew was using drugs every day," and added "It was about three months of heavy partying. He was definitely on a roll for about three months."
Kayti also recalled an incident where Mathew accidentally superglued his hand to his leg while being high on drugs. Mathew Perry was recently hospitalized when he had to have an emergency surgery in order to repair a gastrointestinal perforation.
Speaking of the particular incident, Kayti said: "So his assistant is on the phone, and I’m thinking that she’s calling rehab because he’s been on a roll for the last three months, and I’m pretty sure that this was towards the end of his debauchery," She shared referring to the time when she drove to his house and found him with his superglued hand in a very distressed state.
"He’s screaming my name, and I go back into the living room, and I’m looking at him and he’s high out of his mind, and he hadn’t showered in like nine days or something. He kept saying, ‘You need to unstick me, you need to unstick me.’ And I said, ‘What do you mean unstick you?’ The guy has just superglued his hands to his legs, and in my mind, I’m thinking, who superglues their hands to their legs?"
"Apparently, he was so high and so out of his mind that since he couldn’t stop moving, that it would be a good idea to superglue his hands down to his legs," Kayti continued. She added that she had to use olive oil in order to try and feed him. She eventually had to resort to ripping his hands off his legs just like you would remove a band-aid. "I couldn’t believe what I was doing. I had just ripped a few layers of his skin, and I knew that I had to do the other one," Kayti added.
She concluded the interview by sharing that being a close friend of his, it was extremely difficult to see him battle with addiction. "During the time that he was doing crack and cocaine, he had locked himself in his house for three months. And as his friend, it was very hard to see him spiral down like that".