Over the past few months, Robin Thicke and his ex-wife Paula Patton have been in a very public legal battle over their six-year-old son Julian, but now it seems they're reaching an agreement.
Singer Robin Thicke and ex wife, actress Paula Patton, are still legally bickering ever since Patton was awarded custody of their 6-year-old son Julian. In a filing made public yesterday (Feb. 23), Patton accused Thicke of manipulating the custody court order and plotting to get her arrested in front of their son.
The custody drama between Robin Thicke and Paula Patton continues to linger, and at this point, it's very disturbing and sad.
According to TMZ, a judge has ruled that Thicke has committed domestic violence more than once, and has issued an order that he cannot have contact with his ex-wife Paula Patton and son, Julian.
R&B singer Robin Thicke is mourning the loss of his father, Alan Thicke, 69, who passed away after a massive heart attack on Tuesday, Dec. 13...People all over the world, including the R&B community, poured in their personal tributes and memories of Alan, but one that stood at the top came from his son, Robin.
Sad news for the Thicke family and fans around the world. Patriarch Alan Thicke, the father of R&B/Soul singer Robin Thicke, has died. According to TMZ, he had a heart attack while he was playing hockey with his 19-year-old son, Carter.
First, Robin Thicke got "Deep" with Nas, now he's taking "One Shot" with Juicy J on another collaboration. The song is a be-boppin', showstoppin', uptempo tune with a vintage jazz flair and a modern twist.
Robin Thicke tackles the hardships in relationships on his new single, "Deep," while his collaborator Nas puts the spotlight on police brutality and social injustice.
Over 200 Musicians Show Support for Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams & T.I. In ‘Blurred Lines’ Appeal
Many musicians aren't taking that sitting down; many artists are supporting Thicke, Williams, and T.I. as they appeal the “Blurred Lines” copyright infringement verdict.
Their lawyers are now seeking to appeal the verdict or order a new trial on the grounds that "a cascade of legal errors" led to the decision. They claim the judge gave faulty instructions to the jury.