He’s run through anti-semitism (The Passion of the Christ), classism (restraining order against a homeless man?!) and now — it’s not a new saw — racism.  HuffPo, the LA Times, and the San Francisco Chronicle are all reporting that Gibson’s been caught on tape using the N-word while slandering his former girlfriend and, uh, baby mama.

The Revealer spent a lot of time covering Gibson’s media melees over the past few years, including the release of The Passion.  We’ve combed through our archives for some Gibson classics so you don’t have to:

The Dolorous Passion of Cartman – April 5, 2004

Gibson Suffers On – October 8, 2004

Mel Gibson’s Election Day Black List – November 2, 2004

Bush & Gibson, Sittin’ in a Tree – December 16, 2004

This is What Christian Film Criticism Looks Like – February 16, 2005

Passion, Year One – March 1, 2005, by Jeff Sharlet