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Britney & Kevin Drive Mel Gibson Away

Britney & Kevin Drive Mel Gibson Away

As if Mel Gibson needed another reason to leave the neighborhood, K-Fed now has a new lady in his life. Kevin is all smiles with his new friend, a baby pit bull. Britney and Kevin have made life so unbearable for their famous neighbor, Mel Gibson, that he had to put his house up for sale. Apparently all the chaos with the paparazzi, police visits, and fans following Britney's every move have pushed them over the edge. Mel has put his $18 million mansion on the market. Here's more:

A source tells Australian newspaper the Sydney Daily Telegraph, "People are always hanging around outside the gates and he is worried his kids might get hurt."

Gibson, his wife Robyn and their seven children are moving to a new home set on a ranch in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains.

The new location is reportedly closer to the $3.7 million Catholic church he has built.

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TruJrzyGirl TruJrzyGirl 11 years
Mean pitbulls come from abusive owners ... It's not their breed, it's their handling !
TruJrzyGirl TruJrzyGirl 11 years
yes, I have heard if you socialize a pit bull the right way, he'll be more loyal and more friendly than any lab or golden retreiver ...
brendaly15 brendaly15 11 years
Mom2: What is wrong with the dog? Why wouldn't you let it around kids? I am a mother of two children and owner of an American Pit bull Terrier and a Golden Retriever. My pit bull behaves better around my kids than my Golden does. He is truly a sweetheart! Like I mentioned above, the owners are responsible for their dogs behavior, the same as we are responsible for our kids behavior... ANY MOM WOULD AGREE! Brenda
mom2 mom2 11 years
oh - and i would never ever let that dog around kids!!! any mom would agree!!!
mom2 mom2 11 years
people do say dogs and their owners are a lot alike...including looks
brendaly15 brendaly15 11 years
Yeah I definetely do not think K-Fed is going to be a responsible owner by any means. That means more bad news for the breed. I just hope only responsible people would get dogs of any breed for that matter.
PoohBare PoohBare 11 years
Moving past the dog....DAMN, what is up with his shorts? I pretty sure if your man-business is at risk for popping out that your shorts are too low.
PoohBare PoohBare 11 years
So do you think K-Fed got his pit bull from someone who raises nice dogs? Kevin is the kind of dumba$$ who would be rough and violent with his dog then be perplexed when it rips into one of his kids.
PrincessPixie PrincessPixie 11 years
I stand corrected brendaly. I just did some research. I was told the myth by a pitbull owner, in a share house i lived in that an american pitbull also lived. American pit bulls, Japanese tosas, Argentinian fighting dogs and Brazilian fighting dogs are now all banned in my state. I have met many lovely pitbull crosses but personally i have never met a purebred which was no dominant and in need of a great deal of discipline.
brendaly15 brendaly15 11 years
PrincessPixie, just so you know, the locking jaw is just a myth. There is no such a thing as a locking jaw. They are very strong indeed and very determined, that is why it is hard for them to let go, not because they have a locking jaw. Just do some research on the breed! Brenda
PrincessPixie PrincessPixie 11 years
individual dogs can 'flip' out and have mental health issues as much as people can. I agree that there is a high number of 'pit bull type' dogs, but the differnce between a pitt bull and any other breed is that they DO lock their jaws, and their jaws are MUCH more bone-crushingly strong than say a German Shepherd who were bred to kill wolves and use their claws a lot, rather than just clamping on forever. its rediculous to say that you shouldnt have any dogs with kids - just dont leave them without supervision until the are older! some of my bet baby pics are me sleeping on the back of a big German Shepherd while she wandered around the garden gently!
pumpkinpiespice pumpkinpiespice 11 years
Spuds Mackenzie was an American Bull Terrier, not a pit bull. It is entirely possible to raise a well behaved pit bull, doberman, or any other breed of dog, just as it is possible to raise a badly behaved dog of ANY breed. There is no such thing as a bad dog, only bad owners.
lacoste1 lacoste1 11 years
If there's a "breed" of dog I don't like, it's doberman pinchers. They just look mean and their barks are terrifying! Actually, I take that back. I don't like small dogs, you know, the kind that people can fit in their pocket? That's the grossest thing ever. If you're going to get something that small and dress it up and put little sweaters on it, why not just buy a Barbie doll? I'm not saying this to offend anyone so don't take it personally.
brendaly15 brendaly15 11 years
I had to comment here because I can't help but be offended by the ignorance people has over the "American Pit bull Terrier" and the other breeds that are referred to as pit bulls. here is some info so you guys get a little informed. Please do not make generalizations on a breed you don't even have experience with. It is not just about what you hear or one person experienced be it your neighboor, friend, coworwer etc Do research, learn about the breed history, standard, temperament. They are one of the most lovable dogs in the world, so learn about them before you jump onto conclusions. just for the sake of informational purposes, I will quote some of their statistics. For a thirty year period, there were about 238 deaths from dogs, and there were 36 breeds responsible. Pit bull type dogs and rottweilers represented over half that number, with german shepherds coming in third. There were even small dogs on the list, such as daschunds, pomeranians, and west highland white terriers, some of which had more than one listed death. The percentage of pits and rotts responsible for deaths might seem high, but when you look at all the dog breeds capable of killing someone outside of freak accidents, there are only a few that can accomplish that, and considering that over half the population of dogs are small breeds, that only leaves a few breeds that even COULD contribute. Of course they will represent a high percentage compared to other dogs because of their strength alone. It is common sense that if you had 200 unstable chihuahuas and one unstable doberman that the doberman may very well end up responsible for 100% of the serious attacks, if not close to 100, even if the chi's and doberman attack the same amount of times. When looking at the top three dog registries' numbers along with information from animal welfare organizations, you find that "pit bull" type dogs are one of the most popular, representing close to ten percent of the entire dog population (about four to six million out of the sixty to seventy five million dogs alive). They are right behind labs and goldens. It would stand to reason that if they are so high in number, and if it was really a breed problem, that there would be a large number of human fatalities due to them. However, since their rise in popularity, the average number of human deaths each year has not risen. For the last thirty years, it has stayed between 15 and 26, although the breeds responsible for the most change almost annually. For the last few years, rottweilers have killed more people than pit bulls, but it doesn't mean they are somehow worse dogs than they were a few years ago. It may mean that they are more popular, or that a certain amount of people have them for the wrong reasons due to their strength and reputation. If there really are four to six million "pit bulls" in this country, why is it that only 0.000002 percent of them are giving the entire breed a bad name? After all, 99.999998 percent of them, literally millions of them, never did anything wrong. Shouldn't it be more like four to six million deaths or maulings? It would be, if it was a breed problem. No, unfortunately it isn't that simple. Another interesting tidbit is that of all the attacks (approximately 4.7 million a year), 80 to 90 percent of them, no matter the breed, are done by un-neutered males. That says a lot about what is really driving the "bad" dogs. If these dogs had owners that cared enough about them to give them the snip, perhaps four million, two hundred thirty thousand people would never have been attacked, and anywhere from 11 to 25 people may still be alive every year. Any of this can be found on the CDC's website,, and the websites for the AKC, UKC, and ADBA. spread the word that these dogs are not the monsters the media would have you believe they are.
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