What's next for Mel Gibson after his DUI controversy? It's rehab time. The actor, as told by his representative Alan Nierob on Monday July 31st, has sought treatment for alcoholism.
"He definitely entered a program," said Nierob who remained tight-lipped about the program and how long Gibson planned to be there.
Gibson was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Malibu early Friday morning July 28th. The next day he issued a statement apologizing for his behavior after the arrest.
Gibson, currently free on $5,000 bail, has a scheduled Sept. 28 court date. The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said Monday it may decide this week whether to file charges against the star.