Jim Carrey Breaks Silence After Cathriona White Funeral: “Love Cannot Be Lost” (Pic)

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Jim Carrey Cathriona White Photo Tweet

By Shari Weiss


Jim Carrey Cathriona White Photo Tweet


Jim Carrey broke his social media silence on the death of his girlfriend Cathriona White on Saturday, just hours after her funeral. See photo right and below.

The grieving actor posted a photo of himself with White gazing into each other’s eyes. It’s unclear when or where the picture was taken, but they appear almost in silhouette. “Love cannot be lost,” wrote Carrey, including a rose emoji.

It was Carrey’s first tweet since White was found dead on September 28. His last tweet before that came on September 16, and was of a picture she had taken of him at Grand Central Station. Carrey’s post gave White credit for snapping the photo.

As Gossip Cop reported, Carrey served as a pallbearer at White’s funeral earlier Saturday. A church service and burial were held in her native Ireland, and Carrey was photographed both carrying the casket and walking hand-in-hand with family members. Hundreds of mourners showed up to pay their respects.

It’s not clear for how long Carrey will remain in Ireland, but he’s pledged to help White’s family however possible. Gossip Cop was told earlier this week that the actor is “devastated” over the makeup artist’s death, which is believed to have been a suicide. We were further told that Carrey was completely “unaware” that White had taken pills prescribed to his alias from his home, and that, contrary to reports, they were “never broken up” at the time of her passing.

Carrey released a statement after White’s death was first reported last week, but otherwise had not commented until now. Gossip Cop will continue to have updates as appropriate, and our thoughts are with Carrey during this difficult time. See the full photo he posted below.

Jim Carrey Cathriona White Tweet Photo


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