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Mel Gibson’s USD 100,000 stress-buster

Hollywood superstar Mel Gibson,who is facing divorce from his wife Robyn,reportedly spent a whopping USD 100,000 on a device to ease his stress levels.

Written by Agencies | London |
May 24, 2009 2:13:34 pm

Hollywood superstar Mel Gibson,who is facing divorce from his wife Robyn,reportedly spent a whopping USD 100,000 on a device to ease his stress levels. The ‘Braveheart’ actor’s personal life has been a mess since the breakdown of his 28-year-old marriage with Robyn. Gibson’s new girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva is also believed to be pregnant with the couple’s first child. The star has invested in the device to help cope with the tension as the actor believes that the machine increases positive energy in his body. “Most people would look at the flow machine and think Mel has lost his mind. You lie on this machine and strap your feet in.

The device then emits some kind of torsion field waves that are supposed to unlock clogged energy which eases psychological tension. It is pretty weird,but Mel swears by it,” a source told National Enquirer magazine. The actor was so stressed out that he experimented with several different stress-relieving treatments before splurging on the machine,which he thinks is the perfect therapy to help him remain calm. “From telephone healing sessions to therapeutic foot baths,Mel has tried it all. The flow machine is Mel’s latest holistic gadget. Some in his camp are shaking their heads and saying Mel is getting weirder with age. They think the flow machine is just another part of his midlife crisis,” the source added.

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