Paula Patton is opening up about life after getting divorced from her longtime love Robin Thicke and how she is doing these days.
“You know I’m doing really well. It’s been a long year and a lot of challenges but I’ve grown quite a bit and just getting used to change,” the 39-year-old actress said during an appearance on The Meredith Vieira Show.
“I live in a place of gratitude and growing up in many ways I think, I moved from my parents house to moving in with Robin, and now I’m like becoming an adult at this old age. I’m really like a real woman now,” she added.
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The trio was sued by the family of Marvin Gaye, who said the song infringes upon the late singer’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up.” A jury awarded the family $7.3 million as part of the ruling.
“While we respect the judicial process, we are extremely disappointed in the ruling made today, which sets a horrible precedent for music and creativity going forward,” the three stars said in their joint statement. “‘Blurred Lines’ was created from the heart and minds of Pharrell, Robin and T.I. and not taken from anyone or anywhere else. We are reviewing the decision, considering our options and you will hear more from us soon about this matter.”
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have lost the “Blurred Lines” lawsuit filed by the estate of Marvin Gaye and they have been ordered to pay $7.3 million to the late singer’s family.
The family argued that the smash hit song copied Marvin’s 1977 song “Got To Give Up” and they sued the guys for copyright infringement.
It was revealed during the trial that sales for the song exceeded $16 million, with Robin and Pharrell taking home more than $5 million each and their collaborator T.I. earning more than $700,000.
Interviews were shown during the trial in which both guys said they were inspired by Marvin‘s song while producing their track, but Robinstated he was high on vodka and Vicodin during the interviews. Pharrell said he only realized the similarities after “Blurred Lines” was already released.
Ultimately, the eight person jury ruled in favor of the Gaye family.