Robin Thicke and Ex-Wife Paula Patton Settle Custody War


Robin Thicke and Ex-Wife Paula Patton Settle Custody War


The 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker and his former wife have worked out a custody arrangement for their 7-year-old son Julian.
The custody battle between Robin Thicke and his former wife Paula Patton has ended. The former married couple has reached a settlement. The R&B singer and the actress agree to share the custody of their 7-year-old son Julian.

Julian will spend Monday through Wednesday with his father and Wednesday through Friday with his mother during the school year. The parents will alternate weekends and shares expenses. They will also alternate the physical custody on a "week on/week off schedule" during the summer.

"The parties are ordered to share in all major decisions concerning the minor child's health, education and welfare including, but without limitation, schooling, religion, medical care and enrichment activities," the legal document states.

Besides settling the custody arrangement of the little boy, the exes agree that the child will continue individual therapy. He will also go to therapy with both of them, either separately or as an entire family.

Robin Thicke, 40, and Paula Patton, 41, split in 2014 after 21 years together and almost 9 years of marriage. He attempted to win his ex back with an album called "Paula" and a single titled "Get Her Back". When it failed, he moved on with model April Love Geary.

Robin and Paula got into a custody war earlier this year after she filed for restraining order against him and accused him of domestic violence, which he vehemently denied.

The feud was settled just a day after Robin's girlfriend April Love Geary announced she was pregnant with his baby. "Robin and I are very excited to share with you all that we're having a baby! The due date is March 1st, Alan's birthday!" the mom-to-be wrote on Instagram, referring to Robin's late father Alan Thicke.

Robin lost his father Alan in December 2016. The actor collapsed while playing hockey with his son Carter at Pickwick Gardens in Burbank, California. He died of type-A aortic dissection at the Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center. He was 69. He was buried at Santa Barbara Cemetery. His former "Growing Pains" co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and fellow actor Bob Saget were among the stars attending his funeral.


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