Mel Gibson Comments On His Latest Paparazzi Incident

August 26, 2015


Mel Gibson is known for being an amazing actor and a respected director, but also for behaving wildly and inappropriately.

In the past, there have been occasions where the Gibson would even go as far as to physically assault a photographer in the street, which is pretty much what happened this weekend.

As Kristi Miller of The Daily Telegraph claims, she was trying to snap a pic of Mel and his “Machete Kills” co-star Rosalind Ross in Sydney on Saturday, when the 59-year-old actor started swearing at her, spitting her in the face, and ultimately shoving her.

However, Gibson’s representative stated that the “story being told by her is a complete fabrication of the truth,” and that “Mr. Gibson and his friend were being harassed by this photographer and he asked her repeatedly to stop, which she did not.

Just when you think this would be the end of the whole story, it gets better. While talking to her employer, Miller said that the actor was “was yelling at me, calling me a dog, saying I’m not even a human being and I will go to hell. He swore and called me a c***.

In all honesty, Gibson is known for saying worse things, but just to be sure, The Daily Telegraph decided to take this to the next level. Now the police is involved, and as the Superintendent Tony Crandell said: “We would request to interview Mr. Gibson’s partner who appears to be a witness.”

Stay tuned, because it seems this situation is far from a conclusion!

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