Paula Patton Accuses Robin Thicke Of Buttering Up Their Social Worker With Fancy Dinner

February 23, 2017 / Posted by:

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.

Paula claims that Robin and his attorney have been engaging in some questionable interactions with their case worker behind her back. One such shady move was that Robin allegedly took their social worker out to dinner. But not just any dinner; a fancy expensive sushi dinner at Nobu.

She also accuses Robin of falsely reporting that Paula had kidnapped their 6-year-old son Julian. Paula claims that Robin tampered with their custody order to make it look like she was up to no good and embarrass her in front of Julian and the police.

Robin’s side tells TMZ that Paula’s recent allegations are major exaggerations of the truth. Robin did take a DCFS worker to Nobu, but it was the one assigned by a judge to supervise him during his visits with Julian. The DCFS worker reportedly didn’t eat dinner with Robin and Julian, or sit at their table with them. The Robin source also claims that the only time Robin called up the police was last month after Paula hadn’t been heard from in 10 days.

Paula is mad that Robin took their DCFS worker to Nobu. Personally, I’m questioning why Robin took his 6-year-old son there. I know a few little kids, and the only sushi they’re interested in is fish sticks and ketchup. Do they serve fish sticks and ketchup at Nobu? What am I saying – Robin Thicke is a famous person, and Julian is the spawn of two famous people. I’m sure if Julian told his server that he wanted a plate of deep-fried Dory (the real Dory), the server would say, “Excellent choice! I’m sure I can also get you Nemo too if you’d like.

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