Jim Carrey’s ex-girlfriend blamed him for introducing her to ‘cocaine, mental abuse & disease’ before suicide. An incriminating note written on Cathriona White’s iPad 2 years before her suicide has accused Jim Carrey of giving her herpes virus & introducing her to drugs.
The message is portion of a wrongful dying grievance brought versus the actor with Ms White’s family.
The note, written with Carrey’s previous girlfriend, was brought to light with lawyers acting on behalf of her family.
According to Variety, Ms White used these drugs to commit suicide.
Carrey described Ms White as a “beautiful however immature & emotionally damaged woman” in his lawsuit.
Jim Carrey’s ex-girlfriend Cathriona White claimed he introduced her to ‘cocaine, prostitutes, mental abuse & disease’
The Hollywood actor 55, is being sued after Irish make-up artist Cathriona took a fatal overdose of prescription drugs in 2015.
Lawyers for her husband Mark Burton & mom Brigid Sweetman appeal Carrey used his “wealth, impact & celebrity status” to provide the medication.
She too allegedly wrote: “I met you, you introduced me to cocaine, prostitutes, mental abuse & disease.
The actor alleges which rather than engage in a lengthy & public legal battle, Carrey settled the premier extortion attempt privately.
Since this Fresh status was filed, I have disclosed the depth of scam behind those false claims, the kind of scam decent people fall for, because to us, such attitude is unimaginable.”
‘Cocaine, prostitutes mental abuse & disease’
It isn’t known if they were even seen by Mr Carrey.
Regardless of which payment, Mr Carrey has denied infecting her by herpes virus Simplex, claiming she had the STD prior to their relationship.
“I met you, you introduced me to cocaine, prostitutes, mental abuse & disease.
Mr Carrey insists her STD accusations were false & which she was trying to get back at him for separate by her in 2013.
Mr Carrey described White as a “beautiful however immature & emotionally damaged woman” at the begain of their relationship.
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