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Clean Slate

by Flight Crew posted May 5 2014 12:44PM
Mel Gibson will have his battery conviction erased from his record. Gibson was charged with battery after hitting Oksana Grigorieva in the mouth causing several of her veneers to fall out. Gibson even confessed to hitting Grigorieva with an open hand. “I slapped Oksana one time with an open hand in an attempt to bring her back to reality.” Mel’s lawyer filed legal documents asking the judge to erase this incident from his record. Mel has completed all the requirements the judge gave him in March 2011. Those requirements included 52 weeks of counseling and 16 hours of community service as well as maintaining a peaceful contact with Grigorieva. Gibson completed 3 years of probation which ended this past march. The hearing is set for a later date this month where the judge will allow Mel to withdraw his plea and the case will be dismissed as well as expunged from his record.
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05/05/2014 12:44PM
Clean Slate
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