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EXCLUSIVE: Oksana Wants New Home -- And Mel To Pay For It


Oct. 4 2010, Published 8:12 a.m. ET

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Oksana Grigorieva is a woman on the move, has exclusively learned.

The Russian musician, who is embroiled in a bitter legal battle with Mel Gibson, the father of her daughter Lucia, wants to move out of the Sherman Oaks, California, home where she has lived since becoming romantically involved with the star.

And she wants ex-lover Mel to pay for her new digs!

"Oksana doesn't think the Sherman Oaks home is secure enough,” said a source, with knowledge of the situation.

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“There are always photographers lurking around and Oksana fears for her safety as well as Lucia's.

“She wants to move out of the Sherman Oaks home and rent something more secure.”

Mel has allowed Oksana and Lucia to live in the house — rent free.

But now, revealed the source, “Oksana wants Mel to pay for the new home and thinks a rental that would cost $15,000-a-month would provide her the safety and security both of them need.”

A court recently boosted Oksana’s child support to $20,000-a-month.

If Mel and Oksana can’t come to an agreement on finding her a suitable new home, has learned she will ask Judge Scott Gordon to intervene and make the decision.

Said our source: "Oksana feels it is a reasonable request, after all, Mel has houses all over the world."

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