Did Jennifer Aniston and her "Friends" co-stars really send Matthew Perry to rehab last month? This is what a tabloid report recently claimed, but this rumor has now been debunked.

After Perry revealed on Twitter that he had been "kicked out of therapy" back in February, Radar Online put out a story claiming that his "Friends" castmates had been concerned over his health and well-being. Despite Perry later clarifying that he was talking about "one session" and that he was now "back in therapy," a so-called insider claimed in the bogus report that his co-stars are working together to send him to rehab.

The questionable tipster claimed that Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc are "all united in their fears over Matt, as well as their shared mission to get him back on track.” The unnamed source further asserted that Aniston and her "Friends" castmates planned to "pitch in for some top-quality rehab treatment if that’s what it takes, plus a big personal loan to get him back on his feet.”

However, there is no truth to these reports. Gossip Cop confirmed with Perry's rep that there is no truth to these claims and that the website's report is "ridiculous." The spokesperson qualified to speak on Perry's behalf confirmed that Aniston and the rest of their ex-castmates have no plans to send the actor to rehab.

Aside from the fact that Perry has already confirmed that he is already "back in therapy," the actor also has a reported net worth of $80 million so he wouldn't need a "loan" from his former co-stars in order to seek treatment. 

Friends" cast "Friends" stars (L to R) David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox Arquette, Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc pose backstage during the 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Sept. 22, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images/Robert Mora

This is not the first time that an outlet has published bogus reports about Perry. The National Enquirer claimed in a report back in September that Aniston asked her ex-husband Brad Pitt to help Perry get sober. Shortly after, The Globe claimed that Aniston and their "Friends" co-stars were staging an intervention for the actor. However, both of these reports were also debunked by Gossip Cop.

Perry has also been open about his struggle with addiction, which reportedly began during his time on "Friends, BBC News reported. He previously told the outlet that he was "a little bit out of it" when he filmed Seasons 3 to 6 of "Friends."