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Furious Jimmy Kimmel threatens to sue Aaron Rodgers for implying he’s on Epstein’s list


Late-night television host Jimmy Kimmel fired back at the “reckless” words of NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers, threatening to see him “in court” over claims about a connection to Jeffrey Epstein.

Kimmel took to social media to post a fiery response after Rodgers connected him to the impending release of documents that will disclose the names of over 150 people associated with deceased pedophile Epstein.

Rodgers discussed the list while appearing on “The Pat McAfee Show” on Tuesday, noting, “It’s supposed to be coming out soon.”

“A lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, are hoping that doesn’t come out,” the New York Jets quarterback added.

Kimmel came out swinging.

“Dear A******e: 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 wrote in a post on X.

“Your reckless words put my family in danger. Keep it up and we will debate the facts further in court. @AaronRodgers12,” Kimmel added.

“I’ll tell you what, if that list comes out, I definitely will be popping some sort of bottle,” Rodgers had said in the interview.

McAfee suggested that the athlete was likely holding a grudge after Kimmel called him a “tin foil hatter” earlier last year for his comments about aliens, UFOs, and Epstein.

“It might be time to revisit that concussion protocol, Aaron,” Kimmel had said on the March show.

Interestingly, “The Pat McAfee Show” airs on ESPN while “Jimmy Kimmel Live” is on ABC – both companies are owned by Disney.

McAfee’s show includes a disclaimer that notes it “is a collection of stooges talking about the happenings in the sports world. It is meant to be comedic and informative. The opinions expressed on this show do not necessarily reflect the beliefs of their peers, their boss, or ESPN.”

“Don’t sue us,” the disclaimer concludes.

Kimmel found few who agreed with him on social media, with many users reminding him of his own history.

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