Re: Mel Gibson Racist Rant Tape against Wife?!?!WTF





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Mel Gibson Racist Rant Tape against Wife.
We listened to Mel Gibson Tapes where he goes off on his girlfriend Oksana...
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In the heated telephone conversations obtained by RadarOnline.com, Gibson, 54, is heard ranting, panting, spewing the "n" and "c" words and, perhaps most disturbing, admitting he hit Grigorieva and knocked out two of her teeth while she held the couple's 9-month-old daughter, Lucia. As the Los Angeles Police Department probes possible domestic violence, former fans are wondering: What's with him?

Actor Mel Gibson
Mel Gibson is in the news again, and for all the wrong reasons.
The decline of the former Hollywood hero and heartthrob could be linked to a variety of conditions, according to Dr. John Sharp, executive medical director of the Bridges to Recovery mental health center in Pacific Palisades, Calif. Sharp has not treated Gibson and was cautious in commenting specifically on his case, but the psychiatrist said aggressive behavior like that displayed by Gibson could be a linked to mental illness.

"The variability in his mood is often a symptom of being under extreme stress, sleep deprivation or drug or alcohol abuse," Sharp told AOL News.

There is also a possibility, Sharp said, that Gibson is displaying signs of bipolar disorder.

"Often a person with bipolar disorder is someone who is really moody and edgy and goes off a lot," he said. "A lot of times the individual gets very tense and controlling and can say things that are very biting in his own attempt to manage his mind, which is all over the place."

In between shouts to Grigorieva, Gibson declares his career "over" (his agent dropped him after the recordings surfaced). He also admits he has "no friends." Both predicaments could lead to depression, according to Sharp.

"His anger could be an outward extension of his depression," he said. "[Gibson's] statements seem to reflect a sense of loss in his life."

Last year, Gibson split from Robyn Moore, his wife of nearly three decades and the mother of his seven older children. He could be flailing as part of a classic midlife crisis, according to psychologist Stanton Peele, who also has not treated Gibson.

"It's possible that he left his wife, he took up with a younger woman and that kind of spun him out," Peele told AOL News. "Most people get calmer when they get older. They're likely to be less involved in violent outbursts and cut back on drinking. He's going in the opposite direction."

In a post at PsychologyDaily.com, Peele speculated that Gibson has channeled some of his aggressive behavior in the films he has directed, including "Braveheart," in which Peele notes that Gibson "lingers lovingly on the detail of the hero being disemboweled." In "The Passion of the Christ," he added, Gibson focuses on the agony and "gruesome" torture endured by Jesus Christ in graphic detail.

"Here is a man who feels his anger is justified by the forces that beset him, such as wayward cops (especially Jewish ones) and Jezebel-like mistresses (Gibson is recorded telling Oksana, "You f------ deserved it!" when she accuses him of hitting her) -- just like William Wallace and Jesus were," Peele wrote.

"It seems to me that these films speak to his psychology," Peele told AOL News. "It seems he believes that cops and his mistress are guilty of some sin against him ... and he's only striking back."

Whatever the explanation for Gibson's explosive behavior, Sharp said possible mental illness is no excuse for threatening outbursts.

"If there is mental illness, that doesn't provide license to mistreat people either by characterizations or by threats," he said.


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