‘Mad Mel’ Gibson Snubbed By Hollywood Glitterati

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Controversial actor/director Mel Gibson presented at the Golden Globes last night, but his fellow actors and studio suits avoided him as if he had Ebola, leaving Mel as alone as his most famous character, Mad Max, wandering in a post-apocalyptic desert!

The apocalypse in Mel’s real life was his 2006 expletive-riddled and anti-Semitic tirade while being arrested on drunken-driving charges.

Mad Mel was immediately ostracized from Hollywood, and 2010 Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais mercilessly skewered the Aussie actor.

The “Passion of the Christ” director may have thought this year’s invite to present was his “all is forgiven” signal — but the reality was far from it.

Were it not for his girlfriend, 24-year-old Rosalind Ross, Mad Mel, 60, would have been all alone at the backstage bar, according to an exclusive report by RadarOnline.com.

“Hardly anyone wanted to talk to him,” a source told Radar.