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Aaron Rodgers Claims Jimmy Kimmel Is on Epstein List — Late Night Host Threatens Lawsuit

Jimmy Kimmel threatened to see Aaron Rodgers “in court” if the Jets quarterback kept insinuating that the late-night host had a relationship with late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Kimmel’s fiery response stems from Rodgers’ appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show” on Tuesday.

Rodgers, 40, was explaining on the program how the official colors of the Super Bowl logo foretold the last two NFL title matchups, and this year indicated a finale between the Ravens and 49ers.

His former teammate A.J. Hawk interjected, “Does this have something to do with the Epstein list that came out?”

The ex-NFL linebacker was referring to a list of more than 100 names with ties to Epstein that are set to be revealed after a Manhattan federal judge’s December decision.

“It’s supposed to be coming out soon,” Rodgers said of the list, adding, with a smirk,

“There’s a lot of people, including Jimmy Kimmel, that are really hoping that doesn’t come out.”

McAfee laughed and explained that Rodgers still held a grudge from earlier this year from when Kimmel, 56, called the quarterback a “tin foil hatter” for wryly wondering if U.S. government UFO disclosures were a distraction from ultimate Epstein revelations.

Kimmel issued a staunch denial to Rodgers’ Epstein claims on X on Tuesday night.

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

In another wrinkle to the Rodgers remarks, McAfee’s show airs on ESPN, which is under the Disney umbrella with ABC, where Kimmel hosts his late-night program.

Before every hour, McAfee’s show airs a disclaimer that says, “The following program 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.”

The disclaimer concludes with a postscript: “Don’t sue us.”

READ 24 COMMENTS
  • James Leamons says:

    Easy Jimmy Kimmel, Rodgers was telling a joke. Just like you do every night on tv. Only the guilty overreact…

  • Rob Bartle says:

    Kibble-n-Bits is nothing but a whiney bratty punk kid. He is CONSTANTLY talking trash and disrespecting people, but the SECOND someone says the teensiest little thing about his worthless lard-ass, he starts whining like a baby . . . . . . .
    “Waaaaa!!!! Mommy !!!! He’s trying to make me look bad!! Waaaaaa! !!”

  • Ollie Voile says:

    Methinks Jimmy Kimmel doth protest too much.

    It’s not that tough to spot a guilty conscience. If Kimmel were NOT on the list, he’d be saying “Go ahead and publish the list! I have nothing to hide.”e

  • Nate says:

    Aaron Rodgers, Great football quarterback. Jimmy Kimmel, NWAS!!!!

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