A 911 Call Made During A Visitation Fight Between Robin Thicke And Paula Patton Has Been Released

March 9, 2017 / Posted by:

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.

TMZ posted a 911 call made by Paula’s nanny during one of Robin’s scheduled visits with his 6-year-old son Julian. According to People, the call was made sometime last month when Paula, Julian, and the nanny were waiting in a Malibu park to hand Julian off to his dad. But when Robin showed up, Julian didn’t want to go. The nanny explains in the 911 call that Robin got a little too close to Paula, who has a restraining order against Robin. The restraining order states that Robin wasn’t supposed to come to the park to collect Julian until Paula had left. That’s mess #1. Mess #2 is that Julian didn’t want to go with his dad. The police had a whole lot of messes to clean up that day.

Last month, there was a visitation situation in Malibu between Robin and Paula in which the police were called. This 911 call is most likely from that day. But then again, this is Robin and Paula we’re talking about, and I would not be surprised in the least if every single interaction they have ended with the police getting involved in some way.

At the end of that 911 call, Julian’s nanny claims that Julian is “praying to the angels” before every visit with his daddy. Those poor angels. If they ever swoop in, it’s going to take them at least 15 minutes to shake Robin and his cheesy pick-up lines. “Hey sexy, someone better call Heaven and tell them some angels are missing. Oh, they know? Well then, how about this one…

Pic: Wenn.com

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