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Is Mel Gibson blackmailed by Oksana Grigorieva?

by Julia
July 16, 2010 at 7:38 am

People from Mel’s entourage claim that he was blackmailed for approx. $10 million dollars.

They say there is “hard proof” Oksana tried to blackmail Gibson, demanding more than $10 million to keep the tapes secret.

Apparently, Mel Gibson hasn’t entered her game. Moreover, the sources boldly claim that there are emails and other “physical evidence” to prove it. One source even said, “There’s a long trail of evidence.”

Mel’s lawyers will be meeting with L.A. County Sheriff’s deputies, making a presentation of evidence which includes their alleged evidence of extortion. His legal team will likely push for a criminal investigation of Oksana.

We found out lately that Oksana has video proof also and law enforcement sources who have analyzed the pictures and video told that there is “no evidence of external or internal damage,” making it inconsistent with being punched in the face.

Furthermore, several experts who have examined the photos and video say there is no evidence of any soft tissue damage, which would be present if someone were struck in the mouth, and it would be “highly irresponsible” for the dentist to so quickly replace Oksana’s veneers.

Image source: hola.com

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