Robin Thicke and Paula Patton have been fighting over their 6-year-old son Julian ever since some heavy allegations were made against Robin almost a month ago. Robin ended up losing custody of Julian and the DCFS opened an emotional abuse investigation on Paula. Robin was allowed to see Julian, but he had to have a court appointed monitor present. People has the details of Robin Thicke’s latest showdown in court and it didn’t end well for him. I need to know if that judge responded to Robin Thicke’s request by singing the tune of Blurred Lines and saying “I know you want it, but you’re a baaad daaaad.”
On Tuesday, Robin asked a judge to get rid of the monitor. Huh, I guess the only person who gets to tag along during daddy time is Robin’s drug dealer. Robin’s request apparently stems from a couple visits that went ass-up last week, and Robin is blaming them on the monitor and Paula. On February 3, Robin was supposed to have a visit with Julian, but the monitor called it off and said it wasn’t in Julian’s “best interest.” Robin thinks that Julian might have been coached by Paula to say that he didn’t want to see his dad.
Then Robin’s visit on February 4th got all screwed up. Robin offered to take Julian to something called Kids World and Malibu Wine Safaris. Just a suggestion, Robin. Maybe don’t take your kid to a winery when your custody-fighting ex-wife has accused you of being a drunk? Julian chose Kids World, but they weren’t there for very long. When Robin told Julian he couldn’t have any more ice cream until he ate some real food, Julian said he wanted to leave. The monitor ended their visit six hours before it was supposed to. Robin calls the monitor’s choice “extremely upsetting.”
Robin claims in documents that at no time during their visits is Julian scared or uncomfortable, and that he doesn’t need a monitor because he’s a “good father” and has “never done anything to harm” Julian. The judge disagreed, and said everything will stay as it is until their next hearing on February 24th.
Julian is scheduled to see Robin on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. According to court documents, Paula’s lawyers requested on Tuesday that those be cut down to two nonconsecutive visits a week for no more than two hours at a time. A judge denied that as well. However, a source close to Paula tells People that she was in court, but asked for nothing.
I know Robin claims he doesn’t need a monitor, but he proved in his own court documents that he’s wrong about that. Kids World is an indoor playground, and those places are full of lost children. I know because I got lost in one once. A kid goes into a tube slide and comes out in Narnia. I wouldn’t take a kid in there without at least three court-appointed monitors, a trail of breadcrumbs, and a child-sized LoJack.