Mel Gibson’s rep denies reports of relocation to Australia

Sydney: Mel Gibson`s camp has denied reports the troubled star was relocating to Australia.

Previously, London`s Daily Mail reported that the actor was planning to flee to Australia to escape the storm surrounding allegations he verbally and physically abused ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva, 40.

"There`s no truth to the Mail story," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Alan Nierob, actor``s representative, as telling The Today Show.

It had claimed that Gibson sold his Old Mill Farm mansion in New York for 17 million dollars less than the asking price and had also put up his home in Malibu for sale.

But Nierob confirmed Gibson had been filming in New York on a project with Jodie Foster as recently as two weeks ago.

Gibson and Grigorieva are involved in a legal battle over custody of their eight-month-old daughter, Lucia.



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