Friends star Matthew Perry's fiancee 'puts wedding on hold' after he 'flirted with women on dating app during break'

FRIENDS star Matthew Perry's fiancee Molly Hurwitz has "put their wedding on hold" after he "flirted with other women on a dating app during their break."

A 20-year-old exposed the Friends actor for flirting with her after they matched on Raya when she was just 19 years old and he was 50.

After his Raya scandal, a source revealed to Ok! magazine that Molly, 29, has put their wedding on hold.

The source told Ok: "It's got to be upsetting for her to know he was pursuing other girls the moment they split up.

"Matt doesn't see how he should be punished – he didn't cheat.

"But Molly wants to take a breather and see where they're at in a couple of months. She must be asking herself what kind of guy she's really be marrying."

This all comes after TikTok user and influencer, Kate Haralson, told Page Six that she met Matthew on membership-based, social network app Raya when she was a teenager last May.

She alleges the actor requested they moved their conversations to FaceTime almost immediately after they began talking.

The personal assistant, who is based in Los Angeles, said she had matched with other celebrities but had never spoken "to older guys" before.

Kate decided to chat with the actor because she would it would "be funny" and said she "thought nothing of it."

While on the call, Haralson claims Perry began a game of 20 Questions, asking questions back and forth to get to know each other better.

While none of the questions were sexual, she said she felt uncomfortable at times as Matthew seemed unbothered by her age.

"I don't think he minded that," she said. "It kind of felt weird talking to someone my dad’s age and it just felt not right, especially when he knew how young I was.”

The blonde PA said the actor asked if he was old enough to be "her dad", before laughing off the awkward moment.

She defended herself for posting the video after being labelled a "bully" and "mean" for sharing the private call.

"I feel like a lot of guys in Hollywood are talking to all these young girls and it's something that I think a lot of people should be aware of," she explained.

Video footage of the conversation was taken by a friend watching on from the background, which was then posted to TikTok this week.

Kate took down the video within 24 hours as she felt "a little bit bad" that people were hating, as she thought Perry was a "nice guy."

The pair never met up in person, though it was alleged he told the then teen she could "come over," but Kate said she took it as a "harmless joke."

In November, the actor got engaged to the 29-year-old literary manager after a brief split during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The two had been secretly dating since 2018 but made things Instagram official in December when Matthew shared his fiancée on his social media for the first time.

After years of Matthew battling with drug and alcohol addiction, he is now "sober and doing better than he has in a long time."

According to In Touch, Matthew is "happier than ever," as "between “reestablishing his AA program” and “having Molly in his life,” he's managed to turn things around.

The source added: “She literally gave him something to live for."

Molly's parents were also "ecstatic" that Matthew popped the question – after asking her father for her hand in marriage, The Sun previously exclusively revealed.

Matthew's potential break-up comes as the Friends: The Reunion special gets ready to premiere on Thursday.

In the trailer for the upcoming special, Matthew breaks down in tears as he remembers just how special his bond with the rest of the cast is.

Joining him will be Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt Le Blanc, and David Schwimmer.

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