Jim Carrey says a wrongful death lawsuit claimed by the estranged spouse of his ex is a coldblooded endeavor to adventure him and pledged to battle the case.
Mark Burton of Portland sued Carrey in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday, blaming the on-screen character for giving the professionally prescribed medications his better half Cathriona White used to overdose in September 2015. The wrongful demise claim fights Carrey despicably acquired solutions for Ambien and the capable opioid oxycodone under the moniker Arthur King.
The suit blames Carrey for giving White the solutions days before she was discovered dead in one of Carrey’s homes. White and Carrey dated in 2012 and were captured together in May 2015.
“What a terrible shame,” Carrey wrote in an announcement. “It would be easy for me to get in a back room with this man’s lawyer and make this go away, but there are some moments in life when you have to stand up and defend your honor against the evil in this world.
“I will not tolerate this heartless attempt to exploit me or the woman I loved,” Carrey wrote. “I really hope that some day soon people will stop trying to profit from this and let her rest in peace.”
Coroner’s authorities governed the 30-year-old cosmetics craftsman’s passing a suicide.
Burton and White wedded in 2013. A coroner’s legitimate told journalists that the pair were isolated and wanted to separate, however Burton’s lawyer Michael Avenatti declined to describe their relationship past saying they were lawfully hitched at the season of White’s passing.