It seems as though the ugly legal battle surrounding the sad death of Jim Carrey's former girlfriend Cathriona White is over.

All lawsuits relating to the case have been dismissed, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which means that Carrey won't be going to trial over the apparent suicide of the Tipperary native in 2015.

Carrey had been sued for wrongful deth by White's husband Mark Burton and her mother Brigid Sweetman, who alleged that he was to blame for her death - claiming that not only was he the source of the illegal drugs that she used to overdose (which included Ambien, Propranolol and Percocet), but he had transmitted STDs to her that caused her 'mental distress'.

In response, the actor filed a countersuit alleging that they were attempting to exploit him because he was famous. His lawyer also recently uncovered a document from 2011 - before they met - claiming that White was STD-free, which was proven to be a forgery. 

Carrey did not comment, other than to say that he was 'looking forward to moving on with his life'. The lawyer for Burton and Sweetman released a statement saying "We have no further comment at this time.”