It's a terrifying and barely coherent Mel Gibson leaving a message for Oksana Grigorieva just hours after she moved out of his house, according to just-released voice mail from radaronline.com.
Gibson: "Arggggh...Arrghhhhh....Arghhhh. Argh. Argh. I called."
But the next message to Grigorieva was loud and clear. It came after midnight on February 19th. Gibson makes a demand about their baby's nanny.
Gibson: "____ is not to work at your house. If she does, I will fire her. I will not pay her for any hours at your house. Okay?"
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret reports in front of Oksana Grigorieva's house. On the night she left Mel Gibson, she was reportedly bombarded with thirty phone calls from the enraged superstar, and when she didn't answer the phone, the calls went to voicemail."
Between at 2:29 a.m. and 2:46 a.m., a frustrated Gibson left five messages for Grigorieva.
Gibson: "____. Answer the ____ phone. ___ ____."
Clinical psychologist Dr. Gail Saltz said, "The problem is the impulsivity. The lack of judgement. You know, this is being recorded and you are a celebrity."
Next, we hear Gibson raging about the tree-planting for baby Lucia at his Malibu estate the day before. Radaronline.com is saying Gibson went wild when Grigorieva allegedly flirted with a gardener at the ceremony.
Gibson: "Do you know how much ___ time and money went into that? Did you thank me? Did you even have a ____ smile on your face?"
Six minutes later, another message.
Gibson: "Oh. Just making sure you're awake, if you were trying to sleep. Because I'm awake, and you deserve to be. Yeah."
Two minutes after that, another message.
Gibson: "You call me 'mean,' you will get 'mean.' You call me something I'm not, you will get it in spades. Remember that and I don't give a ___ whether you ever call me again or not."
And seven minutes later, a message accusing Grigorieva of caring only about Gibson's money.
Gibson: "You can see the well has dried up and you just take off, you just leave. So you're out of here, rat leaving the sinking ship."
Dylan Howard, Sr. Executive Editor of radaronline.com said, "This will provide a road map if you like, into Mel Gibson's mind. The fact that someone would call thirty times over the space of one night and leave eight voicemail messages, knowing full well, that they were being recorded."
In the final message, recorded after three in the morning, Gibson used the "f" word twenty-four times!
Gibson: "___ I am angry at you! You are a waste of ___ time!"
That rant also mocked Grigorieva's singing ability.
Gibson: "So give it up. Do what you're good at. Whatever the ___ that is. Oh, I know what that is. Deception!"