'Nothing is owed to us': Bruce Willis' wife Emma Heming slams 'god-awful' interest in Matthew Perry death
Matthew Perry was found dead on October 28 at his Los Angeles home
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Emma Heming Willis has a message for the people who want to know every detail surrounding Matthew Perry’s sudden death.
The wife of Bruce Willis has slammed the desperation for information that the ‘Friends’ star’s death has triggered.
Perry was found dead on October 28 at his Los Angeles home. He died after reportedly battling addiction for years.
The official cause of his death has not come out yet but chances of any foul play have been denied.
‘This level of lookie-loo and entitlement is god-awful’
Taking to Instagram, Emma wrote, “I don't need to hear the 911 dispatch call. I don't need to know the autopsy report. Why? Because it's absolutely none of my business.”
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She continued, “This level of lookie-loo and entitlement is god-awful and I will never understand it. Let this man rest in peace and show some respect. Give his family and friends grace to mourn without all this noise.”
‘Matthew is not public property’
In the caption, the British model also noted, “Please allow Matthew’s family to control this narrative. Please allow them the right to share what they see fit with the public or not. Nothing is owed to us.”
“Matthew is not public property. If it has not come from them directly, then it is just noise and keep scrolling,” she added.
Matthew Perry ‘was a brilliant talent’
This comes as the makers of ‘Friends’ Marta Kauffman and David Crane, and executive producer Kevin Bright shared a heartbreaking statement in the wake of Perry’s death.
They said, “We are shocked and deeply, deeply saddened by our beloved friend Matthew’s passing. It still seems impossible.”
“All we can say is that we feel blessed to have had him as part of our lives. He was a brilliant talent,” they stated.
The trio also mentioned, “It’s a cliche to say that an actor makes a role their own, but in Matthew’s case, there are no truer words. From the day we first heard him embody the role of Chandler Bing, there was no one else for us.”
“We will always cherish the joy, the light, the blinding intelligence he brought to every moment — not just to his work, but in life as well,” they added.