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Mel Gibson Apologises: One Jew at a Time

Friday, August 25th, 2006 at 09:35 by Rhys Wilcox

Mel Gibson is trying to make amends for his bizarre anti-Jew tirade in July by personally apologising to every single one. Or, at least, every one that might have a say in him ever working in Hollywood again.

His outburst was originally directed at the Jewish Sheriff who arrested him for drink driving. Instead of just swearing at the officer - and later have his publicist apologise - he had to say that, ‘Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world’.

So far, Gibson has refused to apologise to any Jewish groups on the basis that he has enough on his plate getting through rehab, which he is undergoing as part of his three-year probation.

Two Hollywood high-fliers (who wish to remain anonymous) have reported a clandestine phone call from the star lamenting his words and hoping that he would be able to work with them again in the future.

There are two possible reasons for this unusual behaviour: Firstly, it could mean he is on the fast path to recovery as part of the 12 step programme he is on to ‘make amends’ or secondly, he’s really shitting himself after fellow falling-star, Tom Cruise, just got ditched by Paramount.

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4 Comments on “Mel Gibson Apologises: One Jew at a Time”

  1. JH-R Says:

    Point of order: Gibson may be a lot of things, but Hubbardite isn’t one of them.

  2. Rhys Wilcox Says:

    My bad. Kids, that is why you should always check-over your homework before handing it in.

  3. Sarah Malaise Says:

    Isn’t he member of Opus Dei? Not that that would be much (any) improvement on Scientology.

  4. Rhys Wilcox Says:

    He has also been linked to the Australian League of Rights who promote “loyalty to the Christian concept of God” as long as Jews aren’t involved.

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