Paula Patton claims Robin Thicke falsely accused her of kidnapping son
Actress Paula Patton has claimed her ex-husband Robin Thicke threatened to have her arrested for kidnapping their six-year-old son, Julian, before she was granted temporary sole custody in January
Los Angeles: Actress Paula Patton has claimed her ex-husband Robin Thicke threatened to have her arrested for kidnapping their six-year-old son, Julian, before she was granted temporary sole custody in January.
The 41-year-old actress is currently embroiled in a bitter custody battle with Thicke.
Patton has alleged in new court documents that he "willfully, intentionally, and wrongfully changed/fabricated a Court Order specifying custodial timeshare of the couple's minor child" and "threatened to have (Paula) arrested for kidnapping premised upon the false and fraudulent court order" shortly before she was awarded temporary sole custody in January, reported People magazine.
But a source close to "Blurred Lines" hitmaker Thicke, 39, said they came to a custody agreement in February 2015 with a mediator and documented the details in notarized, private papers.
"The document read exactly as it did on Feb. 4, 2015 when both parties agreed and signed, and there was nothing changed on that document," a source said.
The actress is also accusing Thicke and his team of engaging "in conduct specifically designed to influence the outcome of the DCFS investigation," claiming the singer "took a DCFS case worker out for an expensive sushi dinner while DCFS was actively investigating allegations of abuse perpetrated by Mr. Thicke."
A judge granted Patton sole custody of Julian after she alleged in court documents that her ex physically abused her, was unfaithful and struggles with drug and alcohol addictions.
And under a temporary restraining order taken out against him, Thicke is also required to stay 100 yards away from Patton, her mother and Julian outside of the pre-arranged visitation hours. The duo, who split in 2015 after 21 years together.