Mel Gibson defended Gary Oldman’s anti-Semitic remarks because of course he did
Remember all the chaos Gary Oldman caused with his anti-Semitic remarks last week? (No, because it’s been more than 24 hours?) Well, Mel Gibson totally gets Gary Oldman.
Variety: Going back to the issue of being in the public eye, do you have any sympathy for Gary Oldman, and the predicament he was in recently?
Gibson: What was that? How did that come about?
(Take note here: Gibson claims to know nothing of Oldman’s remarks.)
Variety: It started with an interview in Playboy, certain sentences were pulled out, and he apologized…
Gibson: These things happen. As we all know… I have nothing much to say. The guy was probably just… He’s a good guy.
Variety: He’s a great actor. I’ve not met him…
Gibson: He’s fantastic. I know him. He’s a good dude… I didn’t even look too hard.
(Now he says he didn’t even look to hard, meaning he WAS in fact aware of the remarks. Step on your own dick much, Mel?)
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