Jim Carrey victim to more vicious claims from late girlfriend’s ex-husband
Jim Carrey has fallen victim to yet more vicious claims from the estranged ex-husband of his late girlfriend who is now saying that the actor forced Cathriona White to take the morning after pill.
Mark Burton plans to show the texts as evidence in a wrongful death lawsuit planned to take place next week.
He says he has screen grabs showing that Cathriona received a text from Carrey requesting that she take a trip to the pharmacy following a night they spent together.
The message about the pill allegedly reads: “You haven’t let your pills laps at all since we were apart have you sweety? Sorry, I just have a concern because it was a little carefree tonight. (sic)”
He then added: “You can get a morning after pill if there’s any question.”
Burton also claims that Jim Carrey used a conversation about their parents as an excuse to send Cathriona tasteless, sexually explicit messages.
The text exchange shows a picture of a candle burning, with Carrey commenting on White’s tradition of burning candles in memory of late relatives during the holidays.
She sent him three heart emojis, after which he suddenly asked her: “Have you thought about my c*** today?”
“Jim Carrey’s public persona is a fraud,” Mark Burton, said in a statement Thursday.
“In reality he is a guy who texts about his c*** in the same breath as deceased loved ones at Christmas,” Burton says.
Last week he claimed that Jim Carrey gave his ex-girlfriend sexually transmitted diseases around the time of her suicide.
He says that Cathriona wrote a letter to the actor saying that she would find it difficult to find a new relationship following such a diagnosis which had led her to feel like “damaged goods”.
However, Carrey’s lawyer Marty Singer was quick to dismiss these ‘outrageous allegations’ which he states are being thrown to make money for Burton.