Actor allegedly dumped by younger lover, Rosalind Ross

According to the National Enquirer, Gibson is reeling after being dumped by his much younger lover just weeks before he turns 60.

Mel Gibson

Mel Gibson has reportedly been dumped by younger girlfriend, Rosalind Ross.

According to the National Enquirer, Gibson is reeling after being dumped by his much younger lover just weeks before he turns 60. The site alleges that the romance turned tense as Rosalind struggled to cope with Mel’s mood swings.

They also report that the couple hit a "rough patch" back in August after Gibson had a run-in with a photographer in Sydney. "Rosalind flew home to America for a while because she needed a break from Mel," a source is quoted as saying. "He can be the sweetest guy on Earth one minute, then he just loses it."

The source goes on, "Mel’s also very controlling. He expects Rosey to be at his beck and call. But Rosey’s a free spirit and that’s not her style.

However, Gossip Cop claims the story is untrue. The site states that the 'Lethal Weapon' actor is %100 still together with Ross despite the separation rumors.

A rep for Gibson exclusively tells the site that the claims are “complete B.S.” In fact, the spokesperson notes that he and Ross “couldn’t be happier together.”

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