MEL Gibson’s temper has reportedly got himself into trouble once again.
The Oscar-winning Australian actor was being photograhed leaving a movie theatre in Paddington in Sydney where he was attending a screening of the film Far From Men.
Shortly after, Gibson is said to have shoved newspaper photographer Kristi Miller in the back before launching into a tirade of profanity.
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Ms Miller told The Courier Mail that she though he was going to punch her in the face.
“He was spitting in my face as he was yelling at me, calling me a dog, saying I’m not even a human being and I will go to hell. He swore and called me a c … It was non-stop, he didn’t even breathe.”
Gibson accused Miller, 39, of “invading” his space and “disrespecting” him by taking the photograph.
The tirade didn’t finish until Gibson’s young girlfriend intervened, telling him to stop.
The incident was last night reported to police.
Gibson is in the country in pre-production to direct World War II drama Hacksaw Ridge. He will film the movie around NSW from next month.