Family of Jim Carrey’s Ex Agrees to Drop Lawsuit if He Releases Results from STD Test

Jim Carrey Slapped with a Second Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Jim Carrey is facing more accusations and legal trouble.

Jim Carrey is in the middle of a heated battle with his late ex-girlfriend Cathriona White’s family, over allegations he gave the makeup artist an STD and supplied her with the pills she took to end her life.  Carrey would like nothing more than for the lawsuit to go away, and the family has finally agreed to drop it, under one condition.
Earlier today (Oct. 12, 2016), White’s mother Brigid Sweetman released a statement saying she would gladly drop the lawsuit, as long as Carrey agrees to released the results of a 2013 STD test he took under the alias “Jose Lopez.”

“Jim Carrey and his attorney have told the world that Carrey has never had STDs and he has never tested positive for STDs,” the statement reads. “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.”

“If they publicly release and publish the full Quest Diagnostics lab report for the blood sample Carrey gave on Jan. 28, 2013 at 11:40 a.m. under the name ‘Jose Lopez’ and if it shows Carrey did not test positive for STDs, I will immediately dismiss the case and apologize,” the statement continues.“But if it shows differently, and it will, then Carrey and his attorney must admit they have lied to the media and the public.”

Carrey has yet to respond to the offer.