Matthew Perry’s ex claims late actor ‘superglued’ his hands to stop taking drugs: ‘It was desperately sad’

Matthew Perry’s ex-Kayti Edwards claims that the late star glued his hands to his knees in a desperate attempt to stop taking more drugs.

Edwards, 47, dated the “Friends” star in 2006 after meeting him at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting but remained friendly with him and even worked as his assistant in 2011.

She remembered visiting him at the height of his addictions in an interview with The UK Sun published Saturday.

“I was at Matthew’s place in the Hollywood Hills. He was in a bad way,” she recalled.

“He had been getting high all night on a plethora of drugs, most likely crack cocaine and other substances.

“I found Matthew on the couch with his hands superglued to his legs — it was desperately sad. I had to use nail polish remover and olive oil to free him.”

Kayti Edwards briefly dated the “Friends” star and then later worked as his assistant. Kayti Edwards/Facebook

Edwards says that the aftermath was terrible.

“We were literally ripping the hair from his legs and he had red, raw patches left behind, it was pretty horrific,” she recalled.

But this isn’t the first time Edwards has spoken out about Perry’s addiction woes.

Perry died in October at age 54. matthewperry4/Instagram

In a 2020 interview, Edwards alleged that Perry used her to pick up “cocaine, heroin, and crack” for him while she was pregnant.

“I was like five months pregnant going down and getting stuff for him. He [would say], ‘No one’s going to pull over a pregnant girl. Don’t worry,’” she recalled.

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Last month, Edwards, whose grandfather was director Blake Edwards, questioned whether Perry died from an accidental drowning after his body was discovered in his hot tub on Oct. 28 at age 54.

His cause of death was listed as “acute effects of ketamine.” NBCUniversal via Getty Images

“I know Matthew and I know that he wouldn’t have just drowned,” she opined. “I think he might have taken pills in the week leading up to this.”

Sadly, Perry’s autopsy report proved her right, with the coroner finding that the actor accidentally died of “acute effects of ketamine.”

The autopsy report also listed drowning, coronary artery disease and buprenorphine effects as other conditions that contributed to his death.

Perry was beloved for his role as Chandler Bing in “Friends.” Getty Images

The “17 Again” star had also been taking Tammoxifen to lose weight, antidiabetic medication, nicotine lollipops and testosterone shots which left him “angry and mean,” according to a friend.

Perry recounted his battles with addiction in the 2022 memoir, “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing: A Memoir,” in which he shared to have spent about $9 million in an attempt to stay sober.

A publicist for the late actor did not reply for comment.