"Things got shaken up a little bit, and there is a lot of light being thrown into places where there were shadows, and that is kind of healthy", he told the outlet. "It's painful, but I think pain is a precursor to change", said Mr. Gibson.
He also joked about how all women want to castrate men, said he didn't "get the point" of feminists and ranted to his ex-girlfriend about how she deserved to be gang-raped, according to a 2016 Huffington Post compilation of Gibson's most notably racist and misogynistic comments. A domestic violence investigation regarding Gibson was dropped by the Los Angeles Police Department in 2011 after Gibson pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery.
Gibson's anger management issues became glaringly apparent in 2006 when he made anti-Semitic comments to a Malibu police officer who arrested him on suspicion of drunk driving.
"Your heart goes out to the victims". "And I'm glad that they spoke up". And the rest of us are subjected to the problem.
Speaking on BBC Radio 2 on Tuesday (21.11.17), Ferrell said: "The first one was very successful and the studio begged us to sort of think about a second and we said sure we will put our heads together to find a premise that works. You don't have to be in Hollywood to experience that kind of harassment".
He accused "f-- Jews" of being responsible for "all the wars in the world" and threatened to pee on the floor of a police station.
He added: "It was an unfortunate incident. So, not fair. I guess as who I am, I'm not allowed to have a nervous breakdown, ever".
This year, Gibson was nominated for Best Director at the Oscars for his film Hacksaw Ridge.