Mel Gibson’s estranged wife Robyn has filed court papers in Los Angeles requesting the multi millionaire’s pension and health plans, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Robyn Gibson – who is battling for a share of his estimated $900 million fortune – has requested to see his Directors Guild and Screen Actors Guild health and pension plans plus his Transworld Artists money plan.
The actor’s wife of nearly 30 years and mother of seven of his eight children filed for divorce from her husband in April of 2009.
Gibson, 53, met Moore, at the time a dental nurse, in the late 1970s after the American-born actor, who moved to Australia when he was 12, had filmed his breakthrough success, Mad Max.
The pair, both now 53, married on June 7, 1980, and have seven children – Hannah, 28, twins Edward and Christian, 26, William, 24, Louis, 21, Milo, 19, and Thomas.
In their divorce she cited irreconcilable differences and sought joint physical and legal custody over their minor child, Thomas, 9, according to court papers.
She also sought spousal support and attorney's fees, and is asking the court to deny her husband any spousal support. The actor became a father for the eighth time recently when his girlfriend, Russian musician Oksana Grigorieva, gave birth to a baby girl, Lucia on Friday, Oct. 30, 2009.