Mel Gibson, Oksana Grigorieva

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So much for closed doors staying closed.

In light of sealed documents from the ongoing custody battle between Mel Gibson and ex Oksana Grigorieva being leaked to TMZ, a judge overseeing the case has ordered an investigation into just how that happened.

This according to Grigorieva and her lawyer, Martin Garbus, during their appearance on CNN's Larry King Live airing tomorrow.  

"It's medical documents, declarations, court opinions, transcripts—everything, it seems. They say over 2,000 pages of documents were leaked," reveals Garbus, adding that whoever took the files from the courthouse "certainly got paid a good deal of money."

Grigorieva also expressed her concern, particularly since the case involves her and Gibson's 1-year-old daughter.

"It would be quite terrible because this case could turn into a gossip story," says Grigorieva—apparently oblivious to the media attention already devoted to her case—"and swayed away from what's important here. It's domestic violence and Lucia at stake."

During the one-hour discussion with King, the topic of those infamous tapes is revisited, and Grigorieva, once again, explains how she recorded Gibson's rants out of fear for her life.

"I wanted my mother to be able to prove that if I'm dead that this is who did it," she says.

Grigorieva and Gibson are due back in court on Nov. 22.

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