Jimmy Kimmel, apparently not sweating ‘Epstein list,’ celebrates Jim Carrey’s 60th at starry bash


Jimmy Kimmel is on the list… of comedy legends who turned out to celebrate Jim Carrey’s 60th birthday at a super-exclusive bash.

The late night host was bizarrely thrust into the news cycle this week after Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers bafflingly suggested that Kimmel would be named on a list of Jeffrey Epstein’s associates which was expected to be released this week.

There’s been much media anticipation since a court that heard a 2015 civil suit against the late pedophile’s girlfriend and co-conspirator Ghislaine Maxwell announced that it would release the previously concealed names of people mentioned in the suit.

Appearing on Pat McFee’s ESPN show on Tuesday Rodgers said, “There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, really hoping that doesn’t come out.

Kimmell responded by tweeting, “For the record, I’ve not met, flown with, visited, or had any contact whatsoever with Epstein, nor will you find my name on any ‘list’ other than the clearly phony nonsense that soft-brained wackos like yourself can’t seem to distinguish from reality.” He added, “ Keep it up and we will debate the facts further in court.

Jimmy Kimmel joined other comedy stars to celebrate Jim Carrey’s 60th birthday party in Los Angeles. Photo by RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images
Carrey’s party was held at the San Vincente Bungalows. all/GC Image
New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers earlier this week suggested Kimmel could be mentioned in documents related to late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. David McGlynn

But it seems that the “Live With Jimmy Kimmel” host wasn’t exactly sweating the matter on Wednesday evening, when we hear he joined Adam Sandler, David Spade, Bill Burr, Howie Mandel, and Jeff Ross to celebrate the “Truman Show” star’s milestone birthday at extremely discreet L.A. celebrity haunt, the San Vincente Bungalows.

We’re told the group of comedy A Listers had a dinner with a huge cake.

Meanwhile, late Wednesday the real names on “the list” began to appear in the press. (Inclusion does not imply wrongdoing, since some mentioned in the Maxwell suit were employees, Epstein victims or other innocent parties).

Kimmel denied Rodgers’ claims and threatened to sue him. Getty Images

They include attorney Alan Dershowitz, Michael Jackson, Donald Trump and magician David Copperfield.

And — suprising nobody except perhaps Aaron Rodgers — no Jimmy Kimmel.

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