Mel Gibson's newest incoherent rant
Here is the long-awaited audio of Mel Gibson doing what he does best: yell incoherently. This was recorded by Joe Eszterhas' son while the two were visiting Mel in Costa Rica. (Sorry for your burden, Costa Rica). According to Eszterhas, via The Wrap, "The bottom line is it shows to me he badly needs help,” Eszterhas told TheWrap. “My interest isn’t to damage him with this tape but to prevent damage being done to others, starting with Jews, including Oksana and now, I’m sure, me. I strongly believe that unless he seeks and receives some kind of psychiatric help, someone is going to get hurt."
Eszterhas and Gibson had been working together on getting a movie about the Macabees off the ground. According to The Wrap, after the two had a falling-out, Eszterhas wrote a letter to Gibson, "accusing the movie star of making continual anti-Semitic remarks, threatening violence to Grigorieva and detailing out-of-control behavior, including the rampage he described in detail. The movie star responded in a letter that much of Eszterhas’ allegations were “utter fabrications.” According to Eszterhas' letter, Gibson's rant began unexpectedly, as the guests had gathered for before-dinner drinks, and Gibson happened to look at a photo of himself holding his baby daughter Luci in which he was gray and balding:
The letter reads: "You were staring at the photograph of you and Luci, your beautiful little girl ... and you suddenly exploded. You hurled your cellphone into a wall and started to scream, 'I look so bleeping old! I look horrible! That bleeping bleep is destroying me! She’s taking my looks! I hate her! She’s destroying my life!' You jumped up, screaming full-throated: 'Look at me!! Bleeping look at me! Look how terrible I look! Answer me, God! Why did you turn your back on me!? Bleep you! Bleep you!' You stepped a few feet away and screamed into the sky, 'I’m not gonna take it up bleep anymore and say, ‘Thank you, your honor!’”
According to the letter, Gibson ran around the side of the house to a downstairs, open-air billiard room - all of which can be heard on the recording.
WARNING: Full of barely audible foul language, such as, "who the bleep wants to eat? Bleeep. Bleeep." If you hate swearing and have exceptionable hearing, you should avoid this.