Attention-grabbing data has surfaced after Cathriona White‘s death.
The Los Angeles Coroner’s workplace confirms to E! Data that the physique of Jim Carrey‘s late girlfriend will be released to her next of kin—which is another man listed as her husband. Yes, White was married to someone else at the time of her death.
The coroner’s office does not release information regarding the next of kin, or White’s husband in this case, and they have additionally told us that her body has not been released but is ready for pick up pending arrangements made by White’s husband with the mortuary.
The Hollywood Reporter states that White was indeed married but separated from her husband and was planning on filing divorce proceedings sometime in December, according to sources close to the actor.
“There is no way that Jim would have taken her out to public places if he thought she was married,” the insider told THR, “As far as Jim was concerned, Cat was separated from her husband and was going to start divorce proceedings in December. When people are separated they date or do whatever they need to do.”
E! News recently learned that the actor has been in close touch with White’s family and is doing whatever he can to help them through this extremely hard time. “Jim has offered any kind of financial assistance he can provide for Cat’s family,” a source close to the star told us.
“He is paying for her body to be flown back to Ireland and is putting up her family at a hotel in Los Angeles. He is shocked and devastated. He loved her very much. He wants to do whatever he can to help them through this difficult time.”
Upon the tragic news of White’s apparent suicide, Carrey released the following statement: “I am shocked and deeply saddened by the passing of my sweet Cathriona. She was a truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil, to whom loving and being loved was all that sparkled. My heart goes out to her family and friends and to everyone who loved and cared about her. We have all been hit with a lightning bolt.”
—Reporting Holly Passalaqua
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