Mel Gibson may be an anti-Semitic and homophobic man with serious anger issues, but his parenting is nothing but exemplary in the court's eyes.
Judge Scott Gordon modified the actor's existing custody agreement with Oksana Grigorieva late Thursday, giving Mel MORE custody, not less.
Mel will be allowed more time with Lucia, with the increase in by hours. Added up, the additional hours total a little over one more day a week.
These two have been feuding for what seems like forever.
According to the agreement Mel and Oksana Grigorieva signed in May, both have joint physical and legal custody of Lucia. Under that deak, Mel had visitation rights a total of six days - with three overnight visits - every two weeks.
The judge has now increased Mel's face time slightly.
Oksana, who alleges that Mel attacked her earlier this year, and who Mel alleges tried to extort him, wanted Gordon to strip Mel of overnight visits altogether and to only give him monitored visitation. Not exactly how it played out.
Criminal probes into both parties are ongoing. Gordon said that the change was made for the best interests of Lucia ... so make of that what you will.