Mel Gibson's latest meltdown is getting messier by the day.
In the latest audio recording of a fight between the actor and Oksana Grigorieva, the mother of his 8-month-old daughter, Gibson spits yet another racial slur, this time using a term intended to insult Latinos while talking about their nanny.
"She won't be there for long," Gibson said in the recording obtained by RadarOnline and heard first on ABC's "Good Morning America."
"I will fire [name redacted] if she's at your house. I will make it known and fire her. I'll report her to the f*****g people that take f*****g money from the w******s, ok?"
The expletive Gibson utters is a derogatory term for people of Latino heritage, especially Mexican illegal immigrants in the United States.
The recording is part of a long-winded war of words between Gibson and Grigorieva, part of which was released Monday by RadarOnline.
In the recording released Monday, Gibson apparently admitted that he hit Grigorieva, which could prove to be crucial evidence in a domestic violence investigation being conducted by the Los Angeles Police Department.
Grigorieva remains oddly calm through most of the recording, suggesting that Gibson get medication and insisting she doesn't want his money. But at one point, she brings up the January fight in which Gibson allegedly broke her teeth, which was the impetus for her filing a restraining order against him last month.
"You were hitting a woman with a child in her hands," she says. "What kind of man is that? Breaking her teeth, twice ... what kind of man is that?"
In response, Gibson tells Grigorieva "you deserved it," and implies that he's capable of killing her.
"I'll put you in a f*****g rose garden you c**t," he screamed. "You understand that? Because I'm capable of it. You understand that?"
Hoarse and at points panting, Gibson tells Grigorieva, "You need a f*****g bat in the side of the head," "You need a f*****g soul," and "You don't have any f*****g friends except me," and "You're a f*****g whore -- now, I own you."
At one point, he growled at her, "You get it now? You get what mean is?"
According to family law attorney Bill Beslow, the recording could get Gibson arrested on domestic violence charges.
"The statement itself is entirely consistent with the notion that he had committed domestic violence," Beslow, who has no connection to the case, said on "GMA" today.
It will also impact Gibson and Grigorieva's bitter custody battle. Gibson, 54, and Grigorieva, 40, are fighting in court over 8-month-old Lucia. The couple split up in April after dating for more than a year.
She filed for a restraining order against Gibson in June, claiming that he hit her at his Malibu home in January while arguing in front of their daughter. Sources close to the Russian-born singer claim that Gibson punched her in the face and broke her teeth.
"It will cause enormous damage," Beslow said of the audio recordings. "It will show him to be a person that in whom the court cannot entrust with the welfare of a young child."