EXCLUSIVE: Battle Over Mel's Millions: Kids Furious Over Girlfriend's Pregnancy

May 27 2009, Published 5:11 a.m. ET

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Mel Gibson's girlfriend's pregnancy has given birth to a battle over his fortune, insiders exclusively tell

While appearing on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday night, Mel confirmed reports that his girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva is pregnant. He is divorcing wife Robyn.

Mel, 53, and Oksana, 39, may have more than just baby bottles and diapers to deal with, though. The Oscar winner's two oldest sons, 26-year-old twins Edward and Christian, are extremely unhappy about this turn of events and worried it will cost them some of dad's millions, insiders claim. And, of course, soon-to-be-ex-wife Robyn is also expected to demand at least half of Mel's estimated $900 million fortune.

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Some sources claim that Mel's family doesn't want Oksana getting her hands on the Gibson bling. was the first to report Mel's secret relationship with Oksana, who has a son by actor Timothy Dalton.

Click here to see photos of Mel and Oksana in Costa Rica before his divorce announcement.

Oksana, a Russian beauty, is an accomplished piano player and has been signed to one of Mel's companies.

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Click here to see sexy photos of Oksana in lingerie.

Weeks ago, insiders say, a beaming Mel sat down all seven of his children to break the news about Oksana's pregnancy, but those same sources say his twins were not thrilled and that a legal battle may be shaping up.

"They are quite upset," an insider told RadarOnline. "Even though Mel assured them the pregnancy was unplanned, they're furious with him and say they're going to take steps to protect their inheritance." (Photo: WENN)



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