No "Blurred Lines" on this one - Thicke and Patton are putting an end to their life together.
Another nail in the coffin of Robin Thicke and Paula Patton’s relationship – the former couple are selling the family home in Bel Air. According to those real estate sleuths at TMZ, the house went up for sale on Monday, with an asking price of almost $3 million. Thicke could probably use the money, after his most recent album – a reunion plea titled Paula sold abysmal numbers – 530 copies in the UK and just 54 in Australia. At least the couple will get back their investment – the final solace of the divorced couple.
Robin Thicke's most recent plea to Paula Patton failed on all counts.
Although apparently it wasn’t actually the couple’s investment. Thicke’s father purchased the house back in 1990 for a measly $910,000. The pad includes a recording studio where Robin may have worked on songs like Blurred Lines, Lost Without You, and Get Her Back – all of which sounds like the universe is playing a bad joke on the singer.
The house, for anyone interested, is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom on the exclusive Bird Street, overlooking Sunset Boulevard. There’s a converted recording studio and a private pool and spa. Barring any potential breakup curses, it looks like the perfect place for a young (rich) couple to start their lives together. According to TMZ, Robin and Paula are yet to move out officially.
The split has been unfolding over the past six months.