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Mel Gibson’s Drunk Driving Conviction Is Expunged

As a first-time drunk-driving offender, Gibson was eligible to have the conviction removed.

A judge Tuesday agreed to expunge Mel Gibson’s conviction that followed an infamous Malibu drunk driving arrest in which the actor made anti-Semitic comments to a sheriff’s deputy.

As a first-time drunk-driving offender, Gibson was eligible to have the conviction removed from his record after completing the terms of his probation.

Read more at the Los Angeles Times.