Mel Gibson wanted "Jew blood" on his hands. Or not.


Every new day brings more stories about Mel Gibson, though lately they're starting to sound more and more made up. Like Radar reporting that he wanted "Jew blood" on his hands, for example. Specifically the Jew Harvey Levin, founder of TMZ.

The anti-Semitic slur was allegedly made (because Levin) had "publicly humiliated" him. Gibson hired individuals to place (Levin) under surveillance, Oksana told authorities. "Oksana says Mel told her, ‘I want Jew blood on my hands,' and said he wanted (Levin) taken to the desert, stripped naked, knee capped and left in the heat."

This would seemingly give TMZ an unmatched opportunity to place themselves in the spotlight, yet they say the story is completely false.

Oksana never mentioned a word of this to any of her lawyers while she tried negotiating a $15 million package in May during the mediation, using the tapes as her secret weapon.  One person involved in the mediation laughed, saying Oksana brought out every piece of ammunition imaginable to score a financial package, so why was this story mysteriously absent?

So far the only real evidence that Mel did anything was the audio tapes, and he sounded drunk as hell during those. That wouldn't make what he said okay, but getting drunk also makes girls more likely to say things like, "I want it in my mouth", so let's not be to hard on the concept of getting drunk.

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