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Appearing on 'Larry King Live', the Russian singer said the actor told her about a dark side of him he didn't want her to see.
The Russian singer recorded her conversations with her ex-boyfriend because she thought she would be murdered and wanted her parents to use it as an evidence.
Gibson declared Grigorieva 'emotionally unstable' because she suffers from Trichotillomania, an impulse control disorder that left her scratched and bruised.
Rumor has it, the 'Braveheart' star admitted he slapped Oksana Grigorieva but insited it was necessary to calm his 'hysterical' partner.
The actor was ordered to surrender the weapons following domestic violence allegations launched by his ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva.
He is now disputing the lawsuit issued by Ramage Construction which accused the actor for failing to pay around $12,000 in construction bill.
The former couple came face to face in a Los Angeles court to settle the custody right of their baby daughter Lucia.
The plea to be with his daughter Lucia on the night of her first birthday was turned down because Mel Gibson reportedly has more than one aide he can call on.
The former boxing champion says Mel Gibson should seek professional help as he battles personal problems, while Robert Downey Jr. defends the troubled actor.
Utilizing Hip-Hop to gain Democratic support from people, U.S. President Barack Obama has assigned the rapper to perform on stage this weekend.
Todd Phillips said as much as he admires the actor's work, the 'Hangover 2' crew and cast are family which he doesn't want to break just by the casting.
Beside the rumored odes to Taylor Lautner and Camilla Belle, there are two other songs 'Last Kiss' and 'Long Live' which have also been leaked.
Confirming that Neeson has signed up for a cameo in the upcoming comedy, the actor's representative jokingly says, 'Pending clearance of cast and crew background check.'
To mark the beginning of their departure to 'the new sounds and technology,' BEP chose '(I've Had) The Time of My Life' for a sample and twisted it into their own sound.
Though Warner Bros. president Jeff Robinov backed the casting of the troubled actor, director Todd Phillips says the decision was not supported by some cast and crew.