Actor-director Mel Gibson does not want to talk about his past troubles as he feels he has come a long way since then.
The actor, who hit the headlines for his anti-Semitic rants during his drunk driving arrest in 2006, says the incident is behind him. The actor was in news again after Gary Oldman defended him in a controversial interview, only to apologise later.
“It’s behind me; it’s an 8-year-old story. It keeps coming up like a rerun, but I’ve dealt with it and I’ve dealt with it responsibly and I’ve worked on myself for anything I am culpable for. All the necessary mea culpas have been made copious times, so for this question to keep coming up, it’s kind of like… “I’m sorry they feel that way, but I’ve done what I need to do,” Gibson told The Hollywood Reporter when asked about Oldman.
The 58-year-old actor will next be seen in ‘Expendables 3’.
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