Mel Gibson divorce

This 15 July 2010video from the USA says about itself:

Mel Gibson’s Rants Continue

The latest Mel Gibson tape has a demand for sex coupled with another violent threat. Ben Tracy reports.

Another video, no longer on the Internet, used to say about itself:

Mel Gibson’s father claimed the 6 million Jews exterminated in Europe actually fled to Sydney and New York. No wonder his son spews such obscenities…

From Associated Press:

April 13, 12:37 PM EDT

Mel Gibson‘s wife files for divorce in LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Court records show Mel Gibson‘s wife has filed for divorce after 28 years of marriage.

Robyn Gibson filed the petition in Los Angeles, citing irreconcilable differences.

The petition doesn’t give any details about the split. Robyn Gibson is seeking jewelry and some other property, and has suggested joint custody for their 9-year-old son. …

The divorce was first reported by celebrity gossip site TMZ.

It would be better news if Mr Gibson would “divorce” from religious and political ultra Right ideas, from anti Jewish and anti Native American prejudices, etc.

7 thoughts on “Mel Gibson divorce

  1. I learned why Mel Gibson and his wife Robyn, has just filed legal papers to divorce .Mel Gibson after 28 years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.” See the video because of what they are divorced!!!


  2. Mel Gibson’s drunken driving conviction erased

    Tue Oct 6, 2009 3:15pm EDT

    By Alex Dobuzinskis

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Mel Gibson’s criminal record was cleared on Tuesday when a California judge expunged his drunken driving conviction from a 2006 arrest that led to accusations of anti-Semitism over the actor’s comments to a policeman.

    Gibson, the Oscar-winning actor and director of “Braveheart,” fulfilled his court-ordered obligation to attend meetings for recovering alcoholics and perform public service work as part of his conviction for driving under the influence.

    “He does not appear to be on any sort of probation or facing any similar charges,” said Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Lawrence Mira. “The request is granted.”

    Gibson’s 2006 arrest in Malibu gained massive media and public attention after a leaked police report quoted him as making anti-Semitic statements to the arresting officer, who is Jewish.

    “Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world,” Gibson was quoted as saying.

    Gibson apologized for the remark after it was made public, but the Anti-Defamation League, which combats discrimination against Jews and other groups, said his apology did not go far enough. And some in Hollywood also criticized him, including prominent talent agent Ari Emanuel.

    The controversy over Gibson’s statements came at a sensitive time for him, because some Jewish groups had expressed concern that his 2004 film “The Passion of the Christ” contained potentially inflammatory depictions of Jews.

    Following his 2006 arrest, Gibson admitted to driving 87 miles per hour with an open bottle of tequila in his hand. He had a 0.12 percent blood alcohol content, and the legal limit is .08.

    Gibson was eligible to have his criminal convictions erased from his record because he successfully completed probation and maintained a clean driving record.

    But his 2006 drunken driving conviction could still expose Gibson to enhanced charges if he is ever arrested again for driving under the influence.

    Gibson did not appear at Tuesday’s brief court hearing. (Editing by Eric Beech)


  3. Mel Gibson filming sparks prison demo

    Mexico: About 300 relatives of inmates at a Mexican prison where US movie star Mel Gibson is reportedly scheduled to make a movie protested outside the facility on Tuesday, fearing that their loved ones will be moved to a remote facility to make way for the production.

    The group of protesters said it would be harder to visit inmates or bring them food if they were transferred out of Veracruz.


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