The family of Jim Carrey's late ex Cathriona White say they will "gladly" drop their lawsuit against the actor if he releases test results and proves he never had an STD.
Cathriona's family have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against JIm, who they describe as "abhorrent", claiming he gave their daughter three STDs during the course of their relationship.
Now her mother, Brigid Sweetman is demanding the Dumb & Dumber star release the results of a 2013 STD test, which he took under the name “Jose Lopez”, to prove that he was clean.
“Jim Carrey and his lawyer have told the world that Carrey has never had STDs and he has never tested positive for STDs,” Brigid said in a statement.
“They have called me and Mark ‘shams’ for claiming otherwise.”
“I am demanding they immediately release the full 2013 lab results so people can judge for themselves who is telling the truth and who is lying.”
This is the second lawsuit against Jim, with Cathriona's estranged husband Mark Burton filing a similar suit last month.
According to The Post, the family of Cathriona White have filed a wrongful death suit against the Bruce Almighty star in LA, accusing him of playing the “role of mourning boyfriend of Ms. White who was devastated by her death. However, the evidence shows this is nothing but a charade and pure fiction.”
“As a family, we want the world to know the truth about who Jim Carrey really is — a man that will give your daughter three STDs, lie about it, call her terrible names and demean her, use his high-priced lawyers to try and shut her and her family up, and then give her illegal drugs,” the family said in the original statement.
Brigid also went on to call Jim “heartless,” “outlandish,” “exploitative,” “despicable,” “abhorrent,” “outrageous,” “opportunistic” and “pure evil,” in the document, and claims that her daughter was distraught over the fact that Jim, 54, gave her oral and genital herpes, as well as chlamydia, which can leave women sterile.
According to the family's suit, Jim had tested positive for the STDs after a trip to the medical clinic on January 28, 2013, and he completely lied to the 30-year-old make-up artist about the results.
Apparently, Cathriona questioned him about it when she started getting symptoms and Jim reportedly text her bag saying: “Agrivated folacles (sic) or bumps are normal when you shave or have vigorous sex.”
“I hope your (sic) ok hun,” he added. “It could be from someone before me. Doesn’t show up until you’re really stressed.”
Cathriona allegedly then told him that he was the only one who could have given her anything because she had been tested before they started dating.
The document says that Cathriona texted Jim again in February 2013 that she “had a couple of bumps down there again, felt them this morning so I want to get it checked” but the Truman Show actor reportedly brushed her off again, assuring her she had just gotten an “abrasion” from sex.
He then “began pressuring Ms. White to sign an agreement releasing her from any and all liabilities associated with anything that had transpired in their relationship,” the suit says. But when she refused to sign, Jim — “forever the narcissist” — played the victim, breaking up with her and blaming her for it.
“I deserve better,” Jim text. “You’re bein overly dramatic and ungrateful and i don’t want to here (sic) anymore misery.”
Jim and Cathriona reportedly continued to be back-and-froth until the Irish beauty overdosed on on Sept. 24, 2015, at her LA home on Ambien, Propranolol and Percocet.
Bottles for the drugs were found near her body. They were prescribed to an “Arthur King” — Jim’s illegal-druggie pseudonym, the document states.
“Carrey did so despite the fact that he knew full well that Ms. White (a) was ill equipped to ingest and manage highly additive prescription drugs outside the care of a licensed physician; (b) was prone to depression; and (c) had previously attempted to take her own life,’’ says the suit.
“The result that followed was predictable and foreseeable — Ms. White overdosed on the drugs.’’
The suit also alleges that Jim tried to cover it up by sending a “bogus text message” on September 27, 2015 to his ex (who was already dead) pretending he had “misplaced the drugs” and insinuating she may have taken them.
Jim's lawyers are yet to respond to the current lawsuit.