Mel Gibson Funds His Church With $10 Million-A-Year Handouts
Paperwork obtained by Fauxnews.com shows business is booming at the Holy Family Catholic Church, which is now worth $42 million - thanks to a $9.89 million hand-out from Gibson in 2007, and a similar one the previous year. Money given to the church, which Gibson built on his Malibu, California estate - and boasts just 100 members - is all tax free.
Gibson's strong religious beliefs have been called into question in the past. His 2004 movie The Passion of the Christ was accused of encouraging anti-Semitism; and then in 2006 he fired off an anti-Semitic rant at police officers following his arrest for driving under the influence.
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