Robin Thicke struck out during a recent court date concerning his custody battle with ex-wife, Paula Patton. A Los Angeles Judge denied all of the singer’s requests to relax visiting limitations imposed on him after his and Paula’s domestic disturbance a few weeks back.
According to TMZ,
“Robin’s lawyers asked the judge to allow him his visits without a court-appointed monitor. The judge rejected that request. Robin then asked that the court appoint a different monitor who could be more impartial, but the judge said no. And then Robin asked the judge to prohibit the monitor from changing or canceling the scheduled visits. Again, the judge gave the thumbs down.”
Police officers were dispatched to Paula Patton’s home on January 19, 2017, when Robin Thicke refused to leave the residence without first seeing the couple’s son, Julian. “This last incident with Robin was terrifying for me,” Paula said in a statement. “It was terrifying for our son.”
A judge also deemed the situation as hostile and ordered Robin to stay away from Paula and her mother. The singer was given supervised visitation rights with his son that consisted of three visits per week for a few hours.
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton were married for ten years before finalizing their divorce in 2015. Julian is the former couple’s only child.