Paula Patton jetted off to work in Canada in the middle of her bitter custody battle with her ex, Robin Thicke, leaving their son with his dad. Click through Radar's gallery to see the actress as she fights for full custody of their six-year-old child.
A heartbreaking 9-1-1 call made by a woman who appeared to be Julian's nanny was released earlier this week. The woman is heard telling the operator that the little boy is hysterical. "We have a restraining order. The person is within distance of the restraining order so is in violation of it currently. . .it is agreed upon that he will not come to the park until we are gone, and then he comes. He's six years old, and literally every time he has these visits, the night before, the day before, he's crying, he's praying to angels, he's trying to avoid it like the plague. It needs to end," she said.
As their bitter custody battle waged on, Patton, 41, landed in Vancouver to film her new television show Somewhere Between, smiling but without her son, Julian.
As Radar previously reported, Thicke, 39, lost custody of their six-year-old son and he was under investigation for allegations of child abuse for spanking the child. In court documents Patton claimed Thicke gave Julian a "severe spanking on the bare buttocks that left the child traumatized and terrified." He's denied her claims.
Patton also claimed in her explosive court documents that Thicke "escalated the abuse by embarking upon a retaliatory conspiracy to paint Patton as an 'alienating law-breaking parent.'"
The actress claimed that her Blurred Lines singer ex-husband concocted a scheme that involved "numerous criminally-actionable activities," including the following allegations: Thicke "conspired with others to commit domestic violence" against her and Julian; that Thicke "terrorized" both of them; that Thicke was guilty of "falsely reporting to law enforcement that Patton engaged in the crime of kidnapping with respect to" Julian; that Thicke falsified court orders "for a fraudulent or deceitful purpose" to create "the appearance that she was in violation of a valid court order," causing DCFS and law enforcement to intervene. Thicke insists he's not at fault.
Patton was all smiles as she landed to begin filming, putting aside her chaotic custody fight for her professional responsibilities.
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