Cops called as custody battle between Paula Patton and Robin Thicke intensifies

Posted February 19, 2017

Paula Patton and Robin Thicke have been in the midst of an ugly custody battle, and things don't seem to be getting any better.

Patton has a restraining order out against Thicke, so when she came with their son, Julian, Thicke was required to stay a good distance away as Patton handed Julian off to a court-appointed monitor. Thicke's sources then claimed that a auto resembling Patton's got into an accident after her departure, whereupon Thicke allegedly "freaked" and subsequently left to investigate whether it was indeed her SUV.

The sources say that Julian told his mother that he didn't want to go with his father and that he asked his mother to call 911, which Patton did. Mother and son had left the area by the time officers arrived on the scene to investigate. "What happens is, when Paula goes to hand off Julian to Robin, she is supposed to hand him off to a monitor". However, reports claim that Thicke was their despite, the restraining order. "He's followed the same protocol they follow every single week, and that time and location and protocol was agreed to by both parties".

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Patton's camp then reportedly called the police, who did arrive to the scene.

The source close to the situation says Patton "was on time" on the drop off and that there was no accident. "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". The sources say that Patton refused to hand Julian over to the monitor.

The 41-year-old actress received a temporary restraining order against her ex and sole temporary custody of Julian last month.