Judge restricts Robin Thicke's contact with his son, ex-wife

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According to People, an L.A. judge granted Patton's request for a temporary restraining order against her ex-husband after accusing him of domestic violence taking place in the midst of their custody dispute, on Thursday.

According to court documents, Patton said she was at her mother's house in Century City on January 19 with officials from the Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services who were conducting a second interview as part of their ongoing investigation into alleged child abuse by Thicke.

The site reports that the decision followed swiftly after Judge Colin Leis implemented the temporary restraining order amid accusations of emotional and physical abuse.

Investigators cleared Thicke of any wrongdoing, the court papers said.

According to court documents, Patton says Thicke has battled addiction since the beginning of their marriage, and even invited his drug dealer Guido to their son's fifth birthday party in April 2015.

Including instances when the singer "kicked, pushed and hit a petitioner with an open fist".

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Alan Thicke made a decision years before his death, in which he chose his brother, Todd, over son Robin to care of his youngest son when he died. "I believe Paula's sudden ardent opposition to me spending time with Julian is a product of residual anger she holds toward me", Thicke said in his sworn statement, claiming there were no issues with the custody arrangement of their son Julian until recently. Police were then called to the scene at which time Thicke left.

Patton also wrote that Julian's behavior changed when she asked him to tell her about the spankings.

In the 52-word document, Patton proceeds to detail the volatile encounters endured by the actions of Thicke.

However, Patton's declaration goes on to say, in 2009, "our entertainment manager quit, citing Robin's drug abuse as the sole reason for his termination of our representation".

The order, which also includes claims that Robin has a "history of domestic violence", will reportedly now continue until a hearing on February 24.