Mel Gibson was anti-semitic and combative during his DUI arrest

It’s a shame there’s no Nick Nolte style mug shot to include with this story, but uber-religious Catholic cult member Mel Gibson was arrested for drunk driving on Friday after supposedly being sober for years. He had a bottle of tequila in his car, and said it wasn’t his but he’d “had a little bit” (that’s classic!)

TMZ also has details of a police cover-up to remove inflammatory details from the original report. When he was first arrested, Mel Gibson went off on Jews, saying they were responsible for all the wars in the world, and told the arresting officer repeatedly that he was going to “f***” him. He also tried to run away when the cop did him a courtesy by not cuffing him.

Once he was in custody, he tried to unzip his pants to pee on the floor of his holding cell!

Once inside the car, a source directly connected with the case says Gibson began banging himself against the seat. The report says Gibson told the deputy, “You mother f****r. I’m going to f*** you.” The report also says “Gibson almost continually [sic] threatened me saying he ‘owns Malibu’ and will spend all of his money to ‘get even’ with me.”

The report says Gibson then launched into a barrage of anti-Semitic statements: “F*****g Jews… The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.” Gibson then asked the deputy, “Are you a Jew?…”

Gibson was put in a cell with handcuffs on. He said he needed to urinate, and after a few minutes tried manipulating his hands to unzip his pants. Sources say Deputy Mee thought Gibson was going to urinate on the floor of the booking cell and asked someone to take Gibson to the bathroom.

Gibson was obviously distraught over the illegal unprovoked war on Lebanon that’s killed countless innocent civilians. Israel is responsible for a high percentage of wars, but then again so are the Americans. There’s that whole imprisoning an entire country thing that Israel’s doing, too. It’s not the Jewish or American peoples’ fault, though, just their terrible leaders.

Gibson was pulled over for drunk driving twice before and let off with just a warning.

Mel Gibson is a member of the Catholic cult, Opus Dei, which tried to escape the terrible image it was given in the Da Vinci Code, and calls their portrayal inaccurate:

In The Da Vinci Code, Opus Dei members are falsely depicted murdering, lying, drugging people, and otherwise acting unethically, thinking that it is justified for the sake of God, the Church, or Opus Dei.

The only other famous person I’ve heard of who was a member of Opus Dei was FBI spy Robert Hanssen, who rigged up a secret room in order to let his best friend watch while he had sex with his wife.

Gibson has since apologized for his behavior, saying that he “acted like a person completely out of control,” that he “said things that I do not believe to be true and which are despicable,” and that he was “deeply ashamed.”

It’s too late for Gibson, because everyone’s suspicions about him have been confirmed. Now that their highest profile member has been exposed for the jerk he is, Opus Dei is going to have even more problems with their image. Mel Gibson’s going to have quite a hard time making his weird religious movies too.

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  1. Jamie says:

    First…Jesus was a Jew…Gibson does not owe the world an apology…he owes Jesus one…MUCH more important!!!
    Second…Israel is fulfilling Bible prophecy…and they will prevail.

  2. celebitchy says:

    You’re scaring me there, Jamie.

  3. Angelika says:

    I have no idea what to think of all this.. I guess it’s just a confirm to everyone who accused Gibson’s movie Passion of the Christ to be insulting against Jewish.. I don’t know what to think of it, I didn’t even know he was a member of Opus Dei – I always liked Gibson so far but this incident definitely makes me reconsider my opinion!

  4. Jude says:

    I don’t want to “get you started” or anything, and I absolutely agree with you that the wars people are suffering all over the world are the fault of terrible leaders and not the regular people who need to endure the consequences of their leaders’ bad decisions, but as someone with very close ties to people on both sides of the current situation in Lebanon and northern Israel, I kind of feel I have to put in my 2¢:

    What’s going on there is terrible on both sides, and what happened in Qana was a great tragedy, but let’s remember one thing: As far as I understand it, the Israelis extensively leafletted the areas they subsequently attacked. They gave prior notice and warned the residents of the target areas to get the hell out. And after the tragedy in Qana, the Israelis formally apologized. The massacre of innocent women and children there was not intentional. Have the Hizbollah or Hamas ever bothered to provide advance warning to the places and people they suicide bombed? No, because the murder of innocent women and children *is* intended by the Hizbollah and Hamas terrorists.

    I agree that the Israeli response to the soldiers’ kidnap was disproportionate. But this is not a war over a few militants sneaking over the border, nor is this a war about a few kidnapped soldiers. This is a war about the unrelenting terrorists assault on a nation as full of innocent women, children, and civilians as the ones being mourned in Lebanon now. It’s not that simple.

  5. Jude says:

    Actually, I quite liked the way you slipped some politics in there amidst the gossip, celebitchy. Gibson set himself up for it with his nasty tirades, and gave you a good setup for your commentary as well.

    We all disagree. It’s part of being human. If only the leaders of the world could learn to disagree the way we do–by airing our opinions without, I dunno, lobbing bombs at each other’s heads or flames at each other’s blogs ;-)–wouldn’t we all live in a much safer and more peaceful world?

    I love your blog. Keep it up, politics and all.

  6. xiaoecho says:

    Mel can go home to his private church and make confession (apologise to Jesus)and smile knowing he is forgiven. His father is a member of Opus Dei, they’re very dogmatic and cultlike in their thinking,fundementalists

  7. panda says:

    Hey Celebitchy,

    I’m simply saying, you call this an “entertainment website”. Is war entertaining?