Friends heartthrob Matthew Perry has been trolling Internet dating sites for sex partners!
Sources claimed the addiction-challenged actor, 49, has dated women who are mirror images of sitcom squeeze Courteney Cox — and even complimented them for looking like her.
“Matthew had been swiping on his phone and hooked up with four different girls — all of whom were strikingly similar to Courteney. He even mentioned it to them!” alleged an insider.
“Each time, he took them for Chinese food — and then said he wanted things to get physical between them.”
During one bizarre date, Perry brought a Courteney lookalike to his house, turned on his short-lived 2006-07 series, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and demanded they sit through all 22 episodes, claimed a source.
Last year, a woman claiming to be Perry’s former lover — porn star Maddy O’Reilly — said he’d contacted her and asked her to help him score Vicodin, Roxicodone and Oxycontin. O’Reilly insisted she never obtained any of the pills for Matthew.
Perry admitted years ago that he battled addictions to the powerful painkiller Vicodin and alcohol, and copped to doing two rehab stints in 1997 and 2001.
Over the summer, Perry’s rep revealed the actor underwent surgery to repair a gastrointestinal perforation.
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Medical experts said his pill-popping and boozing could have contributed to the life-threatening condition.
“Matt hired a sobriety coach, but many are gravely concerned he’s fallen back into his self-destructive ways again,” said an insider.
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