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Cops Called To Paula Patton Home In Continuing Custody Fight With Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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Jan. 14 2017, Updated 3:30 p.m. ET

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Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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It's the custody battle from hell! Just a day after a judge denied Paula Patton's request to limit her ex-husband Robin Thicke's joint custody of their son Julian, 6,  cops were called to her home, according to a People magazine report. As Radar has previously reported, Patton filed an emergency court request, claiming that Thicke was excessively spanking their young son. She begged a Los Angeles judge to take away his joint custody also due to his "drinking and drug use," and the situation deteriorated after the request was denied. Check out Radar's gallery for the latest.

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Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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A Los Angeles Sheriff's Department's Lost Hills station rep told PEOPLE that law enforcement officials were dispatched to Patton's Calabasas home Friday morning after their son Julian didn't arrive at school.

Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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Patton, 41, who has starred in Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, claimed in explosive documents obtained by Radar that Julian was afraid of his father, 39, and his painful spanking.

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Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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"I have become concerned about Respondents drinking and drug use, as well as the forms of punishment he is using to discipline Julian," Patton wrote in her court documents about the singer, as Radar has reported.

According to People, court docs indicate that Patton texted Thicke , whom she divorced in 2015, to tell him she was picking up their son on Thursday, Jan. 5—even though it was his custodial time.

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Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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Thicke's attorney Angela Pierce di Donato, told People, "Paula sent someone to school to intercept Julian, in violation of the custody orders."

Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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Thicke's lawyer says the singer is concerned about Julian's well-being. "Julian only shows any evidence of emotional harm when questioned by Paula or in her presence," Thicke's lawyer Pierce di Donato told People.

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Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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A Radar report discovered that Patton claimed Julian told her and her mother that when his father spanked him it was "really hard." Patton also wrote that Julian's behavior changed when she asked him to tell her about the spankings. "He became very angry and tense…." Thicke defended himself in court docs, noting, "On a very rare occasion and only as a last resort, I will use light spanking, but it is consistent with the law — open hand on the butt. This is the type of discipline to which Paula and I agreed during our marriage."

Robin Thicke Paula Patton Custody Battle Son Julian Cops Abuse Claims
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A Radar report discovered that Patton claimed Julian told her and her mother that when his father https://radaronline.com/celebrity-news/robin-thicke-plans-to-marry-rebound-girflriend-april-love-geary/ spanked him it was "really hard." Patton also wrote that Julian's behavior changed when she asked him to tell her about the spankings. "He became very angry and tense…." Thicke defended himself in court docs, noting, "On a very rare occasion and only as a last resort, I will use light spanking, but it is consistent with the law — open hand on the butt. This is the type of discipline to which Paula and I agreed during our marriage."

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