Completely Fake Viral Image Of Jimmy Kimmel’s Name In Epstein Court Records


On January 3, 2024, court records about found guilty sex offender Jeffrey Epstein were released to the public, disclosing the identities of several previously unnamed individuals associated with Epstein or the case.

A manipulated picture purporting to be talk show host Jimmy Kimmel was shared on social media shortly after the court records were made available to the public.

The photo appears to be a screen grab from a deposition, in which the subject states that they had met Kimmel twice at Epstein’s Palm Beach home. The interviewee claims that they massaged him both times and that, at his request, they once had sex with Kimmel.

Jimmy Kimmel, the late-night host, is the subject of numerous rumors on the internet once more. This time, rumors claim that documents that have been revealed link his name to Jeffrey Epstein. Fans and tabloids became ecstatic, and social media was flooded with conjecture and anxiety. But as is often the case, the rumors are more dramatic than the reality.

It appears that Jimmy Kimmel’s name is not on the contentious Epstein list after all, despite Aaron Rodgers’ strong denials on Twitter that there is any connection and his hints about the potential for a defamation lawsuit against Kimmel.

Jimmy Kimmel is not mentioned in the Epstein records.

After Aaron Rodgers conjectured about the Epstein list, a widely shared Facebook post asserting Kimmel’s participation turned out to be untrue. An apparent transcript or text appeared on Facebook, claiming Jimmy Kimmel’s connection to Jeffrey Epstein and “pedo island.” It was clear from the document that the page number was 1,375. Upon reviewing the 943 pages of court records from the Southern District of New York that were released, neither Kimmel’s name nor the aforementioned discussion could be located.

The Guardian newspaper, which made the entire set available online, thoroughly reexamined and reviewed the material, but could find no mention of page 1375. Furthermore, the transcript formats in the real documents are different from the format seen in the viral image, indicating that the image is not real.

Jimmy Kimmel disputes having any contact with Epstein.

The American TV host took to Twitter to refute Jets the quarterback position of Aaron Rodgers’s false statement. For the record, Jimmy stated, “You won’t find my name on any ‘list,’ and I haven’t met, flown with, visited, or had any kind of interaction whatsoever with Epstein.”

When discussing the eagerly anticipated release of the Epstein court documents, Rodgers said, “There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, truly believing that doesn’t come out,” on January 2 on Pat McAfee’s well-liked sports talk show.

The Documents are truly fake

For years, QAnon conspiracy theorists have been spreading fake “evidence” linking politicians and celebrities to Epstein’s purported sex trafficking organization online, attempting to establish the existence of a covert pedophile cabal.

The same X account that caused the Jimmy Kimmel photo to go viral has been the driving force behind these rumors. Additionally, the account has disseminated false information about vaccines, the climate, and the 2020 US presidential election.

The day before the documents were made public, Aaron Rodgers, the quarterback for the United States, brought up the possibility that Jimmy Kimmel would be included in the Epstein files. Rodgers has faced backlash for disseminating false information about vaccines and for implying that the UFO sightings from the previous year were a government diversion from the Epstein client list. In addition, Rodgers and Kimmel have a long-standing rivalry because Kimmel regularly makes fun of Rodgers’ convictions on his talk show.

When speaking about the much-awaited publication of the Epstein court documents on January 2 on Pat McAfee’s well-liked sports talk show, Rodgers stated: “A lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, are hoping that doesn’t come out.” This comment’s video clip was swiftly and extensively circulated on social media.

On January 3, Kimmel replied to Rodgers in an X post, in which he denied ever speaking with Epstein, claimed the accusation had put his family in jeopardy, and referred to Rodgers as a “soft-brained wacko.”

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