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Matthew Perry stopped by a Nike store for a complete wardrobe makeover on August 27.
The ‘Friends’ star was seen arriving at Los Angeles’ The Grove mall looking extremely casual in crinkled blue sweatpants and a gray long-sleeve shirt.
He also wore a red backwards baseball cap and sungla*ses.
It seems that Perry wasn’t too happy with his clothes for the day ahead, as he walked out of the sports store in a brand new cut shortly after.
Upon stepping out, the ‘Whole Nine Yards’ star was pictured wearing a baggy black Nike polo shirt and matching shorts.
However, Perry, 54, opted to keep the black Nike shoes and baseball cap he walked in with.
The ‘Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing’ memoirist’s a*sistant followed close behind with a Nike bag in hand, clutching what we suspect was Perry’s previous outfit inside.
In addition to the clothes, the actor’s index finger appeared to be yellowing – likely from a long period of smoking cigarettes.
Perry has kept a low profile since releasing his explosive memoir in November 2022.
In the tell-all book, he detailed his tumultuous battle with drug addiction, describing a time in his life when he took 55 tablets of Vicodin and a liter of vodka to get through a day.
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Writing about his struggles in 2019, Perry – who has a history of opiate abuse – recalls battling with rehab staff who refused to give him paink**lers because he feared lying about the pain.
Perry also revealed that he was hospitalized and told by doctors that his colon had burst due to an extreme case of constipation.
“I was so full of bullshit it almost k**led me,” he wrote.
The 90s TV star shared that he spent two weeks in a coma and five months in hospital, adding that doctors told his family members he had a 2% chance of surviving that time.
At the time of the publication of his memoir, Perry – refusing to say he was completely sober – told People that he was no longer taking opioids and was using Suboxone, a drug that helps dull the effects of opioid withdrawal.
“[Some] the doctors tell me that i’m not technically sober while i’m still on medication. (It’s very hard to completely get rid of anyway, which is ironic because it’s a drug used to get rid of other drugs),” he wrote.
“It’s very strange to live in a world where if you died it would shock people but surprise no one.”