A source close to Oksana Grigorieva disclosed an astonishing detail: Mel Gibson threaten to hit his own daughter.
According to Oksana, Mel said he would “hit” little Lucia, their baby girl, during an explosive blow-up with his ex-lover, saying “‘Take her! I will hit her!”.
This incident apparently happened on February 18.
If this ever proves to be true, we’re pretty sure he was extremely angry when he said that, BUT … nevertheless … no matter how nervous he was … under no circumstances he shouldn’t even think of that.
Anyway, it seems that this is the apparent reason why Mel supposedly texted her to say he “wasn’t safe for you last night.”
He may realised in just what state of mind he was … just how severe he lost his mind a night earlier.
Back on the story, on the 18th, Mel Gibson and Oksana Grigorieva should have a party, celebrating their three-months-old daughter, Lucia.
“Oksana has recounted that Lucia began crying, so she went back inside – and Mel followed her in,” a source who is familiar with Oksana’s testimony, reveals.
“When they got inside, Mel started ridiculing Okana’s accent … In response, she said she rolled her eyes at Mel, which made him even more angry.”
The source said Grigorieva apologized to an irate Mel and “begged for forgiveness,” but Mel responded that Oksana was always irritated with him.
“Oksana said she told Mel that his comment was she was only irritated when he accused her of smiling at the gardener and made fun of her accent.”
Grigorieva then recalled: “This set off Mel and he flew into a rage.”
In the hours that followed, Mel returned to the house, after leaving for a break, at which point, “Oksana said Mel told her he needed to leave the house again, in order to show her and Lucia what ‘mean’ really is,” said the source.
“He also supposedly told Oksana, in regards to Lucia, ‘Take her! I will hit her. I have got to go,’” and Oksana took him at his word, taking Lucia to one of Mel’s other properties, in Sherman Oaks, Calif.
After that the phones started to ring. Those alone are a hideous spectacle.
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