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The actor was seeing a woman who looks an awful lot like his ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva.
During his acceptance speech at American Cinematheque Awards, Downey asked the crowd to offer Gibson the same slate that they have given him in the past.
Nader Sharif said in his lawsuit that he bumped into Gibson at a bakery and was almost struck by the actor's car when following him outside.
Rabbi Marvin Heir and Anti-Defamation League's Abraham Foxman oppose Gibson's plan because of the actor's past 'antagonism' to the Jewish community.
The 'Braveheart' actor joins forces with 'Basic Instinct' scribe Joe Eszterhas to work on the project under his Icon Productions in conjunction with Warner Bros.
Their long battle over the custody of their daughter Lucia ends at Los Angeles County Superior Court but details are not disclosed.
She wants their 22-month-old daughter to enroll in a private school down the Valley but he feels the distance he has to travel to come and get her is ridiculous.
The 'Beaver' actor arrived at the Guatemalan girls' 10th birthday party separately from Robyn, but was seen saying hello to her midway through the Saturday, August 6 bash.
Through their lawyers, the former couple has informed the judge that they agreed on a settlement of their divorce, particularly in property.
Stella Mouzi who is in the United States on visitor's visa allegedly is into the actor and is trying to get an extended visa.
While in Cannes, France to promote his latest film, the 'Beaver' star flaunts his belly as he smokes a cigarette on the balcony of his hotel room.
Mel Gibson has failed to win over cinema-goers with his comeback role in 'The Beaver' - the movie has been dubbed a box office flop after scoring low opening weekend ticket sales.
Mel Gibson's ex-girlfriend has dropped her allegations of domestic violence against the actor in a bid to settle their bitter custody battle once and for all.
Mel Gibson found working on his new movie 'The Beaver' to be a cathartic experience as he was able to pour his battle with depression into the role.
Mel Gibson is adamant he was not 'offended' when he was cut from the cast of 'The Hangover' sequel - he simply decided to 'let that go' and 'move on'.