For a woman claiming she feared for her life, Oksana Grigorieva sure wrote some interesting things to Mel Gibson. Interesting emails, to be more precise.
In the months following their nuclear argument on January 6, she sounds very much like a woman scorned and not ... well, a woman fearing for her life.
The emails are significant for this reason. In them, Oksana appears in search of answers, if not in hot pursuit of Mel Gibson. Hardly fearful or threatened.
If Oksana feared Mel, she had a funny way of showing it.
Oksana, on March 30: "I don't belive (sic) that u stopped loving me just in one phonecall. U either stopped loving me a long time ago or u still love me."
Oksana, on May 2: "Until this morning I was still missing you so much and secretly wanted and hoped for us to be together again ... I still believed that you loved me."
"Now I dont. I think you knew what was going on.""Love like that doesn't die so quickly."
Oksana, who needs to work on spelling, accuses Mel's estranged wife, Robyn Gibson, and daughter, Hanna, of turning Mel against her, writing, "... it's easier to blame the outsider, ur love, completely unpretected (sic). So u betray me."
In the May 2 email, Oksana Grigorieva says: "I see now, that you seemply (sic) growen (sic) tired of me a while ago, but you were too weak to tell me."
Her lawyers say she taped Mel Gibson on the phone February 18 because she feared for her life. Maybe so, but she certainly doesn't seem scared here.
Whose side are you on?