A spokesperson for Mel Gibson has dismissed speculation the troubled actor is planning to move back to Australia.
Mel Gibson is not moving to Australia.
The 'Braveheart' actor had reportedly been considering relocating to the country he first moved to aged 12 following allegations he had been violent towards ex-partner OKSANA GRIGORIEVA - with who he has eight-month-old daughter Lucia - but the 54-year-old star's representative has dismissed the claims.
His spokesperson said: "There's no truth to the story," adding that the actor was planning to focus on his work commitments.
The troubled star has been receiving the support of estranged wife Robyn and their seven children throughout the allegations.
A source told website PopEater: "Robyn and the seven children they have together are heartbroken to see what has happened to him. Seeing the man they know as a husband and father being portrayed as a monster is very painful and not the man they thought they knew.
"However, neither is the man who would walk about from them for a younger Russian gold digger."