Gibson's Rep: New Alleged Anti-Semitic Rant 'All Lies'; Did Grigorieva's Sister Leak Tapes?
New shocking allegations have emerged in the Mel Gibson/Oksana Grigorieva scandal.
According to Radar Online, Grigorieva claims Gibson made yet another anti-Semitic rant, which she reportedly told authorities about.
“I want Jew blood on my hands,” is what Radar alleged Gibson said to Grigorieva, in reference to a high profile Hollywood figure the actor allegedly believed had publicly humiliated him. The new allegation seems reminiscent to Gibson’s 2006 remarks, when he infamously told a police officer, “The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.”
Radar goes on to claim Oksana told authorities Gibson hired people to put this unidentified Hollywood figure under surveillance, and wished the individual would be taken to the desert, stripped naked, knee capped and left in the heat.
On Friday, Gibson’s rep told Access Hollywood the new allegation is, “All lies as usual.”
In more Grigorieva news, according to The Hollywood Reporter, a source claims Grigorieva’s younger sister, Natalie, is suspected of leaking the various audio recordings of Gibson and Grigorieva to Radar.
“I suspect that if the authorities look at the sister, they’ll find a wire transfer or a check to her from the website,” a THR source claimed. “She and Oksana are very close.”
Another THR source claimed that Grigorieva’s younger sister was involved in shopping the tapes around to numermous media outlets before selling them to Radar. Radar Online says they did not pay for the tapes.
According to the THR report, a judge could find the Russian singer in contempt of court if these claims are proven to be true.
When the paparazzi asked Grigorieva about her sister allegedly selling the tapes, she said, “She doesn’t have them, she erased them a long time ago.”
A rep for Grigorieva was not available for comment when contacted by Access on Friday. Her sister, Natalie, could not be reached for comment.
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