Jimmy Kimmel slammed Aaron Rodgers after the New York Jets quarterback claimed the late night host was potentially connected to the
Possible rewording: “Individuals suspected of being associated with Jeffrey Epstein.”
On Tuesday, a large number of records were released containing the names of individuals associated with Epstein.
Kimmel’s name was not included in the documents released on Wednesday evening.
What were the words of Aaron Rodgers?
During a recent appearance on the “Pat McAfee Show,” Rodgers expressed his thoughts on the upcoming release of the list of individuals allegedly involved with Epstein, suggesting that even Jimmy Kimmel was likely hoping the information would not be made public.
“If the list is released, I will definitely celebrate with a bottle,” he said.
Kimmel responded by publicly addressing Rodgers on social media and seemed to imply the possibility of taking legal action shortly after.
Prior to sustaining an Achilles injury, there has been no response.
In the meantime, McAfee attempted to de-escalate the dispute between the two parties on his Wednesday show.
“I understand why Jimmy Kimmel had those feelings, especially given his position,” he stated. “However, I believe Aaron was simply trying to provoke a reaction. Did it cross a line? Many people, including Jimmy Kimmel, believe it did.”
He expressed remorse for our involvement in it.
In 2021, Jimmy Kimmel and Aaron Rodgers engaged in a discussion about Rodgers’ decision to not get the COVID-19 vaccine. This exchange stemmed from Rodgers previously stating he was “immunized” against the virus, which was later found to be misleading.
the protests during the national anthem might be contributing to declining TV ratings
Last year, Kimmel jokingly mocked Rodgers for his statement on the “Pat McAfee Show” about the impact of the ongoing discussions surrounding national anthem protests on TV ratings.
It is possible that this could divert attention away from Epstein’s list of clients.
Kimmel mentioned that the discussion about UFOs has caused a frenzy among conspiracy theorists, such as Aaron Rodgers from the Whack Pack, and then proceeded to show a video of Rodgers’ remarks.
Kimmel suggested that it might be a good idea for Aaron to review the concussion protocol.
In December, a judge decided that the list could be made public, but postponed its release until January to allow those affected to challenge their inclusion.
Over 100 individuals’ identities were revealed in a resolved civil case involving British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell.— who was found guilty of conspiring with Epstein to sexually abuse underage girls for at least a decade – brought by
A woman, who accused Maxwell of enlisting her for abuse, has released over 900 pages of mostly unredacted documents. The majority of the information has already been reported previously. It should be noted that several individuals mentioned in the documents have not been accused of any misconduct.
This report was contributed by Cara Tabachnick.