On Thursday afternoon, Patton, 41, was supposed to hand over Julian to Thicke, 39, at a Malibu park, according to the report. But after the boy reportedly refused to go with Thicke for their visit, cops were called to the scene, the report says.
The "Blurred Lines" singer was waiting for Julian with a court appointed monitor and he claimed Patton was more than an hour late, says the report.
But sources reportedly say Patton, who has a temporary restraining order against Thicke, was right on time at 3:30 p.m.—and she claims he violated the order by being just feet from her.
According to the report, on Thursday at the park, Julian didn't want to go with Thicke -- and 911 was called, as is standard protocol in the couple's custody agreement. As RadarOnline.com has previously reported, Thicke lost custody of his son and a Los Angeles judge slapped him with a restraining order preventing him from going near him or his ex-wife, Paula Patton.
- Robin Thicke’s Ex-Wife Paula Patton Demands Lawsuit Over Vicious Dog Attack Be Thrown Out
- 'Masked Singer' Judges Ken Jeong & Robin Thicke Return To Show After Storming Off In Protest Of Rudy Giuliani
- Marvin Gaye's Tragic Death And Explosive Estate Battle To Be Explored In Groundbreaking REELZ Documentary
According to reports, Patton was granted custody of Julian after her mother called police when Thicke allegedly showed up and demanded to see his son on Jan. 19. Julian allegedly didn't want to leave with him that day.
Thicke is reportedly allowed to see his boy three times a week during his custody situation with ex-wife Patton and he played with him at Kid's World in Los Angeles on Jan. 28. The court-appointed monitor tagged along.
In a court filing obtained by RadarOnline.com, Patton ripped Thicke, claiming that he abused cocaine, cheated on her with multiple women, and hit their son so hard it "felt like hot lava." According to reports, Thicke is currently under investigation for allegations of child abuse for spanking Julian.
Patton, who divorced Thicke in 2015, claimed in court documents that Julian's behavior changed when she asked him to tell her about the spankings. "He became very angry and tense…." Thicke defended himself to the court, 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."
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.