Jim Carrey is demanding LAPD hand over photos and other items taken at the scene of his late girlfriend's suicide - despite her mother's attempt to block him from accessing the material.
The actor, who has been embroiled in a wrongful death lawsuit after the death of Cathriona White in 2015, served subpoenas to doctors, police, and investigators, requesting records and evidence from the incident that could help his defense.
White's mother, Brigid Sweetman, and estranged husband Mark Burton, have accused the Hollywood star of being responsible for her death, alleging he gave her multiple STDs and provided her with the drugs with which she took her own life.
Carrey has maintained that his ex-girlfriend had a history of depression and denied all allegations he gave White any prescription pills and alleges she took them without his knowledge.
Jim Carrey is seeking records from the three police officers who arrived at the scene of Cathriona White's suicide (right) in hopes it would help his defense in the wrongful death lawsuit
The actor, who had an on-again, off-again, relationship with White from 2012, has denied all allegations that he provided White with the prescription drugs with which she used to take her own life, alleging she took them without his knowledged (pictured in 2015)
Sweetman and Burton have since challenged Carrey's attempt to obtain items from the scene by filing a motion demanding the judge to quash the subpoenas, claiming it is an invasion of privacy.
Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com show the comic's lawyer served ten deposition subpoenas in April for business records on seven of White's medical providers for her medical, dental, and pharmacy records, and three police officers and investigators for records relating to the investigation of her death.
They were also served on Sweetman and Burton's lawyers, who objected to the demands.
However, documents show they would withdraw their motion if Carrey agreed to re-serve the papers without two requests for physical items collected at the scene of White's death - including prescription or non-prescription bottles, clothing, notes, computers, laptops, and cellular phones.
Carrey has argued that Cathriona had a history with depression and that she had attempted suicide in the past
White's mother Brigid Sweetman (pictured left) and estranged husband Mark Burton (right) filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Carrey in October after White committed suicide in 2015
They also requested to view the evidence before it is turned over to him.
Carrey and his attorney stated that the other party's requests are 'completely unworkable,' as the items sought are relevant to the case.
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