Mel Gibson‘s conviction for drunk-driving was expunged from his record yesterday in a Malibu courtroom. Gibson, who was not present at the hearing, had pleaded no contest to driving 87 mph (140 kph) with an open bottle of tequila in his hand in July 2006. He was recorded as having a 0.12 percent blood alcohol content — the legal limit in California is 0.08.
At the time of his arrest, Gibson made headlines for spouting anti-Semitic and sexist remarks, but he later apologized for them. Because it was Gibson’s first DUI, he was entitled to have his conviction expunged after completing the terms of his probation, which included attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for three years, appearing in public service announcements and paying a fine of $1,300.
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Following Winona Ryder’s allegations that Mel Gibson called her an oven dodger after he found out she was Jewish, he has been dropped from a film sequel.
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Daddy’s Home 2 is even more hilarious than the first film. It stars Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell as dads who have to get along for the sake of their children.