Singer Robin Thicke receives a restraining order for domestic violence

On Wednesday, Paula Patton signed a statement saying, Robin Thicke was an abuser of drugs and alcohol, frequently had relations with other ladies, and has a seething, savage temper. It was the reason for a judge to issue a restraining order on Thursday, banning Thicke from being inside 100 feet from Patton, their 6-year-old child Julian and Patton’s mom.

The judge likewise incidentally evacuated Thicke’s authority of his child and recognized the vocalist “has a background marked by aggressive behavior at home,” as indicated by court archives. The judge likewise recognized that the vocalist “has a past filled with aggressive behavior at home” on the brief limiting request.

Thicke said in a sworn proclamation recorded Thursday that the couple had no issues with their guardianship course of action until Jan. 5, when Patton “all of a sudden” educated him she was “withholding Julian” and wouldn’t permit him to see their child.

In Thicke’s announcement, he said “I believe Paula’s sudden ardent opposition to me spending time with Julian is a product of residual anger she holds toward me. Neither my family nor I would permit Paula or her family to attend the funeral of my father on December 20, 2016. Paula did not have a positive relationship with my father and often made negative comments to me about my father. It is my belief that Paula only wanted to attend because it would have resulted in additional public exposure for her.”

Patton’s sworn proclamation, notwithstanding, recounted an alternate story. The performer blamed Thicke, her secondary school sweetheart, of undermining her on Valentine’s Day 2013 while she was in another room in a leased cabin at the Chateau Marmont. She said his states of mind started to change around that time too. “I began to believe he was either bi-polar or was using such an extensive amount of cocaine and other substances.”