Paula Patton has been called in to testify in a case in defence of her estranged husband Robin Thicke after it was claimed he plagiarised his song ‘Blurred Lines’ and a number of other tracks.
The ‘Déjà Vu’ actress is set to give evidence in a plagiarism case brought against her estranged husband – from whom she filed for divorce in October last year – after he was accused of copying his 2013 hit track ‘Blurred Lines’ and a number of other songs from the late singer Marvin Gaye, reports gossip site TMZ.
The charges have been brought against him by Marvin’s son, Marvin Gaye III, and allege the 37-year-old singer stole the track and a number of others, including his 2011 song ‘Love After War’, which he is believed to have written with his former spouse.
The brunette beauty – who is listed as a witness in the case – will be called in to testify if the case goes to trial to defend Robin over claims ‘Love After War’ rips off Gaye’s ‘After The Dance’.
Paula – who has a four-year-old son, Julian, with Robin – split from the singer in February last year after nine years of marriage amid rumours he cheated on her.
However, the pair’s split is now said to have been “harmonious” after Robin joined Paula for a Christmas Eve party over the festive period and looked to be having a great time as he posed for pictures which were later posted online by her cousin.