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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEWS: Bobby Brown & Sports Stars - Mel Shouldn't Hit Women

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Jul. 15 2010, Published 10:20 a.m. ET

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Singer Bobby Brown and members of the sports community are speaking out about's world exclusive tapes of Oscar-winner Mel Gibson verbally berating his ex Oksana Grigorieva, and we were on the red carpet Wednesday at the 2010 ESPY Awards at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theater to get all their takes on the explosive situation.

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Brown - whose had his own well-documented problems with ex Whitney Houston - said that while it's not his business, he doesn't condone the possibility of domestic violence.

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"I like to stay out of other people’s business," the Every Little Step singer told reporter Jessica Campbell. "My take on it is: as long as he didn't say it to me. I just don't appreciate him putting his hands on a woman.”

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NBA superstar Amare Stoudamire, fresh off inking a 5-year, $100 million contract with the New York Knicks, said that, "Mel's a great actor and I just wish he was a little bit more professional.”


Baltimore Ravens safety Ken Hamlin might have best summed up America's reaction to the bombshell tapes, saying, "I like his movies, that's the bad part about it ... seems like I might have to get the other side of the fence a little bit ... I don't know.

Carolina Panther tackling machine Jon Beason said the Lethal Weapon star should have been more careful with his words, considering his high profile.

“Anytime you're a celebrity or somebody that people admire or somebody that kids look up to, you gotta watch what you say, you never know who is listening,” he said. “Its unfortunate, but its something that you have to control."

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