What Mel Gibson Is Doing to Get Revenge on His Ex-Sugar Baby Oksana Grigorieva

may_december_relationships_may6_14Oksana Grig­orieva has had it rough the past cou­ple years, and it looks like things are about to get even more dis­ap­point­ing for this sugar baby.

The 44-year-old musi­cian was once Mel Gibson’s famous sugar baby, but when their May-December rela­tion­ship came to a crash­ing end, she accused him of phys­i­cally assault­ing her and the for­mer celebrity cou­ple wound up in a heated cus­tody bat­tle over their young daugh­ter. She gave up a $15 mil­lion set­tle­ment offer, only to file for bank­ruptcy four years later in Feb­ru­ary 2014.

Back in 2010, Mel Gib­son admit­ted to slap­ping his ex-sugar baby, and was charged for bat­tery. In response to his no con­test plea the fol­low­ing year, the 58-year-old actor received a three-year pro­ba­tion sen­tence, along with 16 hours of com­mu­nity ser­vice, a fine, manda­tory coun­sel­ing for one year, and a require­ment that the celebrity cou­ple main­tains peace­ful relations.

Because he’s since met all of those require­ments, Mel Gib­son is report­edly mov­ing for­ward to have the case dis­missed and his record expunged—that means that his record will show no sign of the inci­dent with Oksana Grig­orieva. Gib­son will still have to go to court, where a judge will final­ize the dis­missal of the case.

Mean­while, his sugar baby is still fight­ing to have $438,000 in debt taken off her hands, because she can’t afford to pay it. And a big chunk of that debt—about $250,000 of it—is the result of the for­mer celebrity couple’s legal war. But it gets even worse for the sugar baby.

Oksana Grig­orieva was allegedly involved in a recent inci­dent with her older son, whose father is actor Tim­o­thy Dal­ton. The details of the inci­dent haven’t been revealed, since the boy is still a minor, but the ex-sugar baby is report­edly wor­ried that once Mel Gibson’s bat­tery case is dis­missed, he’s going to use the inci­dent in a bid to get sole cus­tody of their daugh­ter. “Oksana thinks Mel will try and use this to show the judge that she is an unfit mother,” said one insider.

What do you think: Should peo­ple be allowed to have a bat­tery charge expunged from their record if they com­plete the require­ments of their sentence?

Sources:

Heger, J., “The Bat­tle Resumes: Mel Gib­son Con­sid­er­ing Mak­ing Moves To Get More Cus­tody Of Daugh­ter With Oksana Grig­orieva – After Inci­dent Involv­ing Her Son With Ex-007 Tim­o­thy Dal­ton,” Radar Online web site, March 21, 2014; http://goo.gl/cWhGXo.

John­son, B., “Mel Gib­son bat­tery con­vic­tion after hit­ting ex Oksana Grig­orieva to be ‘erased from his record,’” Daily Mail web site, May 5, 2014; http://goo.gl/skKhur.

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