Lethal Weapon star Mel Gibson didn't show up in court today for his meeting with Judge Lawrence J Mira to discuss the actor's ongoing court-ordered treatment for alcoholism. Instead his lawyer Blair Berk showed up on behalf of him.

Lethal Weapon and Mel Gibson - Blair Berk Malibu, California - Lethal Weapon star Mel Gibson didn't show up in court today for his meeting with Judge Lawrence J Mira to discuss the actor's ongoing court-ordered treatment for alcoholism. Instead his lawyer Blair Berk showed up on behalf of him. Thursday 23rd August 2007 (3 Pictures)

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