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Oksana Grigorieva: Extortionist or Not?

Posted on October 8, 2010 by

According to TMZ, the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department is getting some extra help from law professors and lawyers in order to essentially make an official call on if Oksana Grigorieva tried to extort Mel Gibson with the recordings or not.

Oksana’s story is that she only used the recordings as part of the negotiation, with no intent to blackmail Gibson in order to get some cash.  The other side of the story is that Oksana tried to use the tapes to, well, clean out Gibson’s bank account.

In order to determine once and for all if Oksana should be charged with extortion, the Sheriff’s Department investigation is calling in help to make sure they have it right.  They are currently processing the evidence involved, like Oksana’s iPhone, and are about two weeks away from officially turning the case over to the L.A. County District Attorney.

What do you think?  Is Oksana an extortionist, or is she telling the truth?

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3 Responses to “Oksana Grigorieva: Extortionist or Not?”

  1. free games says:

    Maybe we should wait for the police report before telling what the truth is really. We can nevr tell who is actually telling the truth. I just hope that the police will have plane investigation about the two parties.

  2. Gina says:

    She’s an extortionist, she also recorded him illegally. She should be charged with both felonies.

  3. Joseph Cleary says:

    Over a year ago on the internet when she first introduced herself to Mel there was an artivcle on the intenbet from Russia which stated that she told Russians she was going to the U.S. and secure $1 million for herself. That was when she showed up in Boston while he was making his movie. She had this whole thing planned. As time approaches for police action, she is making up more and mpre stories. Mel was smart to dump her anfd not marry her. It is too bad hed is so chiold oriented. She is using their child as a part of the extortion.

    Mel, let’s start making that Viking movie and let us see the Beaver.

    Joe Cleary

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