Valerie Bertinelli appears to be addressing Matthew Perry’s recent confession that the two had a “make-out session” while she was still married to the late Eddie Van Halen.
Bertinelli took to TikTok on Wednesday and uploaded a video of him smiling and shaking hands Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” played in the background.
“It’s me, Hi. I’m the problem, it’s me,” Swift sings on the newly released track.
Bertinelli captioned the video: “Anyone else abused in their 20s and 30s? Are you dead?”
After reacting to Perry’s confession, Bertinelli, 62, was seen leaving a friend’s house on Thursday. The actress rocked a casual look in a small, black purse by pairing a graphic T-shirt with black pants and running shoes.
In her upcoming memoir, “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing”, Perry revealed that she and her “Sydney” co-star had a “long, elaborate make-out session” while her husband, Eddie Van Halen. , were “passed”. out” next to them.
“I fell madly in love with Valerie Bertinelli, who was clearly in a troubled marriage, … my crush was having a crush; Not only was she out of my league, but she was also married to one of the most famous rock stars on the planet, Eddie Van Halen,” Perry wrote in excerpts obtained by Page Six.
Perry then went on to detail how she took the opportunity to step on Bertinelli after her husband, Eddie Van Halen, had “passed away”.
“It was clear that Eddie had enjoyed the fruits of the vine, once more, and finally he passed out, not ten feet away from us,” he reportedly wrote.
Perry saw this particular moment as perfect to address her feelings for Bertinelli, writing, “This was my chance! If you thought I really didn’t have a chance in hell, you’d be wrong, dear reader.” – Valerie and I had a long, elaborate make-out session. It was happening — maybe she felt the same way as I did.”
Perry says he told Bertinelli at that moment that he had “thought for a long time about doing this, and he said it right away.”
However, the next day at work, things were business as usual, and Bertinelli crushed Perry as if nothing had happened. The short-lived show was quickly cancelled, to the relief of Perry, who no longer needed to see Bertinelli.
Bertinelli and Eddie Van Halen ended their marriage in 2001. They share a son together, Wolf Van Halen.
The legendary musician passed away in October 2020 at the age of 65 after a battle with cancer.
Perry’s memoir addresses several celebrities by name, including a group date she had with Cameron Diaz. The “Friends” star says Diaz “accidentally” punched them in the face on the evening together.
Perry also mentioned that she had to move away from Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep’s “Don’t Look Up.” Medical scare “stopped” his heart for five minutes.
Star has been promoting his upcoming book for the past several weeks. In an interview with the New York Times on Sunday, he revealed that he spent Trying to Calm Down $9 Million, Perry discussed his decades-long battle with alcohol and drugs in his first memoir.
“Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing” is set to release on November 1.
Fox News Digital’s Carolyn Thayer contributed to this report.