Mel Gibson on 'Good Morning America' (2006)

After being picked up for drunk driving and unleashing a whole string of anti-Semitic comments to the arresting officer and anyone else within earshot, Mel Gibson released two statements of apology and went on "Good Morning America" with Diane Sawyer to further apologize. In the interview that was aired over two mornings, he told Sawyer he was ashamed of what he had said, saying it was "the stupid ramblings of a drunkard."

( Rick Rowel/ABC via Getty Images / January 17, 2013 )

After being picked up for drunk driving and unleashing a whole string of anti-Semitic comments to the arresting officer and anyone else within earshot, Mel Gibson released two statements of apology and went on "Good Morning America" with Diane Sawyer to further apologize. In the interview that was aired over two mornings, he told Sawyer he was ashamed of what he had said, saying it was "the stupid ramblings of a drunkard."

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