Patton stepped up the fight by accusing the 39-year-old of physically abusing both her and their child, and obtained a protective order barring Robin from contacting or going anywhere near Paula, her mother Joyce, or young Julian.
Julian, however, did not want to go with his dad and 911 were called as standard protocol in their custody agreement.
But, according to TMZ, this Friday, February 17, the police again mingled after being called a few weeks earlier to the home of Paula Patton after a violent dispute between the two ex-spouses. However, sources close to Patton say the opposite happened. Patton's sources claim she was not in any sort of accident. The moderator is going between them and Robin is sitting in his vehicle, doing as he's directed.
In fact, the restraining order Patton was granted against Thicke states that he can not come within 100 yards of Patton, Julian and Patton's mother - except for during supervised visitations, which occur three times per week. "They went up to Robin and they said, "Someone called saying you broke the restraining order" and he said, 'No, this is my designated spot to pick up my son. We believe that DCFS sees the damage that Paula has done to Julian and will take appropriate action to protect him". We have joint custody and we do this every week, I stay in the vehicle.' He had a full conversation with the police and they didn't do anything. "What happens is, when Paula goes to hand off Julian to Robin, she is supposed to hand him off to a monitor".
Otherwise, the order dictates Thicke must stay 100 yards away from Patton, Julian and Patton's mother.
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