Oksana Grigorieva told her former lawyer, Eric George, she planned to walk away from a multi-million dollar settlement and see “where the chips might fall” in court unless her former lover Mel Gibson was stripped of some of his custodial rights over their baby daughter Lucia.
Oksana also declared that Mel was “bluffing” and claimed she was forced to sign a $15 million peace deal “under duress” from her own legal advisers.
New evidence obtained from Oksana’s correspondence with lawyer Eric goes on: “If the opposition is buying my silence, please, we have to renogitiate (sic) the castody (sic) portion and to secure the monetory (sic).” “If they say “No” then Im (sic) prepared to loose (sic) all this money they are paying to me and I WILL go court, see where the chips might fall. I’m NOT scared anymore and I’m NOT bluffing.”
Oksana declared: “I’m pretty sure the other side was bluffing. He (Mel) doesn’t want this publicity.”
The Los Angeles District Attorney will decide, possibly as soon as this week, whether to charge Mel with domestic violence and/or Oksana with extortion. Oksana’s declaration that she would risk it all to “see where the chips might fall” could be the piece of evidence required to exonerate her of Gibson’s charge that she directed an elaborate extortion plot to fleece him of millions, in exchange for suppressing a series of secretly recorded vulgar and racist rants he made to her.
Those tapes include Mel threatening to blow up Oksana, but not until she performed oral sex on him first and then he would bury her in the “f**king rose garden”.
Mel also admitted striking her, while she held Lucia, because as he said, she “f**king deserved it”. Oksana’s memo to Eric George was sent 17 days after he and his firm negotiated a $15 million hush deal, which she signed, but ultimately reneged on. In the note to Eric, Oksana said she had sought the advice of others and concluded it was a “mistake” to sign the agreement, that would have ensured the destruction of the audio tapes, during two-days of mediation which were presided over by two retired judges.
Texting Eric at 19:21 on June 2, Grigorieva wrote, “I’m not trying to deminish (sic) ur good job on the moneytory (sic) side of the deal, I thank u for it. But I wanted u to know that three or four people, the experts, have confirmed independantly (sic) to me that, concidering (sic) my priority, the castody (sic), it was a mistake to sighn (sic) this agreament (sic), with this particular document on castody (sic) attached. It was also wrong to sighn (sic) under deress (sic) and pressure from everyone, even from my own lawyers, espessially (sic) under the threat of being sued in the morning.”
Mel has much more to hide and much more to lose than Oksana.
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