Robin Thicke and his older brother Brennan have been trying really hard to paint Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau as a demon from Gold Digging Hell. They’ve accused her of threatening to call the tabloids unless the details of her prenup were changed, and have threatened to sue to keep her hands off Alan’s estate. Tanya shot back, accusing them of launching a smear campaign against her, and confessed that she and Alan were trying to have a child before he died.
Tanya’s lawyer Adam Streisand tells TMZ that the reason why Robin and Brennan are smearing Tanya’s name has nothing to do with wanting more from the estate; they’re just seeking revenge on her because she won’t let them grow pot at Alan’s Santa Barbara ranch. There’s a Growing Pains joke in there somewhere, I know it.
Alan Thicke’s widow Tanya Callau is currently at risk of being sued by Alan’s oldest two sons Brennan and Robin Thicke for alleged acts of gold digging. Brennan and Robin claim that Tanya is trying to get more money from Alan’s estate five months after his death. They also accuse her of threatening to go to the tabloids with her story unless they gave her more money.
Tanya’s lawyer Adam Streisand released a statement yesterday accusing Robin and Brennan of being the ones to run to the press with their family drama, and denying she has gold digger motivations. Tanya has more to say about those allegations, and she said it to TMZ.
Who knew that picture of Alan Thicke and his third wife Tanya Callau at Family Feud would foreshadow what was to be. Five months after Alan Thicke died, his family is feuding over his money. The Hollywood Reporter says that Robin Thicke and his older brother Brennan Thicke are taking Tanya to court over his estate and accusing her of trying to get her paws on their dad’s money.
If anyone out there has a time machine I can borrow, please let me know. I would really love to go back 48 hours to when I honestly believed the custody drama between Robin Thicke and Paula Patton was over. But of course it continues.
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton have been fighting each other hard over the custody of their 6-year-old son Julian since January, but thankfully, it looks like their custody battle may be turning civil. I just checked my calendar to see if it was April 1st.
Robin and Paula were scheduled to face off in court yesterday, but that didn’t happen. Sources tell TMZ that Robin and Paula are very close to coming to an agreement on the custody situation for little Julian, and they’ve both decided to try something new, like acting like adults and trying to settle things. That’s a real departure from their original plan of action, which was dragging each other by the necks into a messy fight whenever even the smallest opportunity presented itself.
Robin has been accused of some pretty nasty stuff since this whole thing first started, like child abuse, wife abuse, a too-close relationship with his drug dealer, and wooing their social worker with sushi. Paula has been accused by Robin of going MIA for 10 days and conspiring against him with their visitation supervisor.
I hope for Julian’s sake that Robin and Paula actually play nice and close the lid on their custody hell as soon as possible. I also hope that one of their lawyers remembers to get their truce in writing. I know these two messes feed off the drama, and it’s only a matter of time before one of them says “screw it” and we’re back at square-awful again. While they’re at it, can one of those lawyers get Robin to sign a thing promising that once they settle this custody situation, he agrees not to release an embarrassing album about getting Julian back? Paula was cringey enough for one lifetime.
Because it’s a day that ends in “day“, Robin Thicke and Paula Patton are still bringing drama to their custody battle. TMZ says that Paula recently filed papers accusing Robin of skullduggery. Thankfully, the latest accusation from Paula has nothing to do with child abuse or visitation sadness. This time it’s all about Robin allegedly trying to work his sleazy game on their DCFS case worker.