Robin Thicke may son yet not without an observer
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Robin Thicke may his son only to see if there is a court-appointed observer. Wednesday asked his lawyers to the court for a relaxation of the bezoekregeling but the judge rejected that request.
Then asked Thicke to another observer, someone who is less biased, but also this request was denied, reports TMZ.
The singer allowed his 6-year-old son Julian three times a week for a few hours, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thicke was, according to TMZ angry because he Julian last Friday not to, because Julian, that, according to the decision of the observer is not wanted. The subsequent trip to a play park was against the sense of the Blurred Lines singer will be shortened.
Thicke was Wednesday, nothing done by the court. All his requests were rejected, a request to the observer to prohibit the bezoekschema to fumble.
The singer is by his ex Paula Patton is accused of child abuse. Thicke denies this emphatically.