Gibson has given his first interview since anti-Semitic rant
Saturday, October 7, 2006
Best-known for directing Braveheart, Mel Gibson had trouble with police early in the morning on July 28. While he was stopped for speeding and driving drunk, he is said to have shouted a tirade against Jews.
No transcripts of this interview launched in ABC's Good Morning America are officially available but, before its broadcast scheduled on October 12 and 13th, some communities wanted to know more about it.
Earlier in the week Robin Williams emphatized about the positive effect of this story saying he will follow the same alcohol dexintoxication process as Mel.
- "Mel Gibson makes anti-semitic statements while drunk" — Wikinews, July 31, 2006
- "Mel Gibson gives 1st media interview since anti-Semitic rant" — , October 7, 2006
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