The tapes and the voicemails sent by Mel Gibson to Oksana Grigorieva are quite disturbing.
The amount of frustration and anger raises many questions. Why Mel Gibson acted so weird? What were the reasons for his momentary madness? Did Mel Gibson really hit Oksana Grigorieva?
The e-mail was sent one day after the confrontation on January 6: “The tranqullizers (sic) only make me nuts.”
Apparently he’s referring to the use of pharmaceutical drugs.
“Tranquilizers” can mean several things, from depressants used to treat anxiety and insomnia to drugs aiding substance withdrawal.
Gibson tried to quit smoking then, on February 18, when Oksana began to register.
Supposedly, Mel emailed on January 7 at 9:39 am, the night before the scandal in which Oksana has claimed, Mel punched her while she was holding baby Lucia.
Gibson’s lawyers haven’t commented Oksana’s recorded tapes, but said that Mel didn’t hit her and have accused Oksana of extortion.
Eleven minutes after he sent the email, Mel sent another, expressing the regret at “how unspeakably sorry” he was.
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