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911 Call Reveals Robin Thicke's Son Terrified Over Visits: 'He Prays To The Angels'

Mar. 9 2017, Updated 2:25 p.m. ET

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Robin Thicke's son Julian has been so terrified over spending time with his disgraced singer dad, he "begged" his nanny to call 911 — and Radar Online has a recording of the shocking call!

As Radar previously reported, throughout Thicke's nasty custody battle with ex Paula Patton, their 6-year-old son has been consistently resistant when it comes to visiting his dad.

Last month, Patton, 41, was supposed to hand over Julian to Thicke, 39, at a Malibu park, according reports. But after the boy reportedly refused to go with Thicke for their visit, cops were called to the scene.

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In an audio recording of the call obtained by Radar, a woman on the line, who appears to be Julian's nanny, claimed that the boy prays to the angels and cries before his visits to Thicke.

"We have a restraining order," she informed the operator. "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," the woman continued.

As Radar 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 the boy or his ex-wife, Paula Patton. The "Blurred Lines" singer is currently under investigation for allegations of child abuse for spanking Julian.

In a recent statement, Thicke clarified that he was not physical with his son and has "always used progressive discipline with Julian, primarily the use of timeouts."

Thicke and Patton split in 2015 after nearly 10 years of marriage.

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