Talk about a lethal weapon—Oksana Grigorieva's tape recorder is slowly murdering Mel Gibson's career. And we can't say that he doesn't deserve everything that's coming to him.
Just yesterday, we reported that Oksana had audio tapes that featured Mel threatening to burn down his ex-girlfriend's house, calling her a bitch and shouting ugly, racist statements—all set to the soundtrack of the couple's baby crying. But the tale of the tape doesn't end there. It seems that Oksana also has audio proof to back up her claims (and photographic evidence) that Mel was physically abusive. Photo Proves Mel Gibson Abused Oksana
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On tape, a teary Oksana is heard asking Mel, 'What kind of a man is that who would hit a woman when she is holding a child in her hands, hitting her twice in the face? What kind of a man is that?' the Russian musician repeats.
The Braveheart star responds: 'You know what — you f**cking deserved it.' [Source: RadarOnline]
Wow. Nice guy, right? We heard that Chris Brown even crosses the street now when he sees Mel coming.
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Of course, Mel's lawyers insist that their client was never abusive toward Oksana, and that the two just had a loud argument. And there are plenty of people who think that Oksana is nothing but a crazy gold digger, and the fact that she taped conversations with Mel may look pretty shady to them. But according to RadarOnline, it was not Oksana who released the tape to them. And she apparently started taping him in the first place because of several threats he'd made on her life and she wanted to get evidence of his behavior. Judging from the things Mel has said on these tapes, we don't blame her one bit! Whatever anyone thinks of Oksana, Mel chose to be in a relationship with her. He had a child with her. She does not deserve to be verbally, emotionally and physically abused. 5 Celebs Who Overcame Domestic Violence
Scoop: RadarOnline. Photo: Bauer-Griffin.