BREAKING: Jim Carrey Admitted To Insane Asylum

It’s been a rough year for Jim Carrey. As if his bizarre interview at the New York Fashion Week party wasn’t enough, it sounds like Jim’s got bigger problems now.

Following his ex-girlfriend, Cathriona White’s suicide in 2015, it appears that evidence has surmised that it might have been Carrey’s fault.

With both of these mixups, among others, considered Carrey has been officially admitted into the St. Johns Correctional Facility For Individuals in Calgary, Alberta in his homeland of Canada earlier this morning to begin intake procedures. If found to be mentally unfit, which is likely, he will have to make that his home for the next six to sixty years, depending on the severity, among other factors.

University of Oxford’s Head of Psychology, Sir Dr. Winston L. Burners-Lee, offered his take on the matter as well, providing us a psychological analysis of the following photo:

Carrey and Cathriona in 2015. Prior to her suicide, the two were noticeably unhappy, as noted by Sir Dr. Winston L. Berthers-Lee.

If you even so much as glance at, perhaps, this photo of the couple together in 2015, the idiosyncrasies are less than not obvious–starting with Carrey himself. Carrey assumes a traditional masculine power pose, hand in pocket, poised, and looking away, all the while wearing sunglasses. He is in control, and he simply doesn’t care about his girlfriend. Cathriona, on the other hand, hangs back; head straight but eyes on Carrey, she contemplates his next move. Whether or not there was violence in that house, one can only wonder.

Though Jim Carrey is one of my favorite actors, I have noticed a downward spiral in his career starting with 2008’s Yes Man and these circumstances are unsurprising. What do you think? Weigh in in the comments below.

This story will be updated as it develops.

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Author: Gary Brooks

Hiking addict, doer, band member, Saul Bass fan and front-end designer. Producing at the sweet spot between aesthetics and sustainability to answer design problems with honest solutions. I work with Fortune 500 companies and startups.

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