Actor-director Mel Gibson's past seems to be unearthed more in the wake of his recent scandal where he made anti-Semitic remarks.
According to pagesix.com, Gibson seems to have attended an event run by an Australian infamous for denying the Holocaust a few years ago.
This was reported in an article in June 2004 in a newsletter of the Australian League of Rights called On Target.
The organisation claims to promote "loyalty to the Christian concept of god" but is also accused of endorsing anti-Semitic views.
Its national director Don Autherlonie didn't deny Gibson's attendance according to an article in The Post. The Post article goes on to claim that the highlight of the yearly dinner was the presence of both Gibson and his father Hutton.