Cathriona White, the late girlfriend of Jim Carrey, left behind some sort of note for the actor before her apparent suicide. The 30-year-old was found dead in her home on Monday, from a possible overdose, and now ET has learned that she “addressed” a note to Carrey.
“There were several pieces of paper, notes and envelopes found. One was addressed to Jim, but it was not signed or dated,” Assistant Chief CoronerEd Winter tells ET.
Winter says that she was found in her bedroom lying on her bed, and that there were prescription pill bottles found nearby. “Her actual time of death is pending the autopsy," he notes. "But the last know time anyone had talked to her was the morning of the 24th.”
That autopsy will take place either later this afternoon or tomorrow.
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On Tuesday, Winter first revealed that, while he had not personally seen any note, “The note apparently was either addressed to Jim Carrey or his name was in the note.”
Carrey and White met in 2012 and dated on and off for the last three years.
"She was a truly kind and delicate Irish flower, too sensitive for this soil, to whom loving and being loved was all that sparkled," Carrey told ET in a statement. "My heart goes out to her family and friends and to everyone who loved and cared about her."
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Meanwhile, her friends and family continue to mourn their loss.
“It took me all day to finally say something about the beautiful soul that Cat is,” her friend Angela wrote on Instagram. “This video shows her fun personality and what a joy she was to have in company. She is someone who was always there for her friends, kind, giving, thoughtful, talented and one of the best human beings you will ever come across. I'm so devastated to lose an angel in my life. I love you Cat and I will always cherish our moments. Thank you to everyone who reached out for your kind words. I truly appreciate it and hope you all keep her beautiful spirit in your memories.”
If your or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).