Surprised That Paula Patton and Robin Thicke Separated? You Haven't Been Paying Attention

2/25/2014 3:30 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor
A long, long time ago in a month far, far away (August), we called the grody Robin Thicke out for being a handsy, ballsy douchebag who stepped out on his wife by giving a very public rectal exam on a young socialite who goes by the name of Lana Scolaro. Way back then we called this marriage to be over, and despite protests of the general consensus that Paula Patton and Robin had an "open" marriage -- which allegedly made it "OK" in some minds -- we suspected that it'd be mere months that the two would separate, and boom -- here it is, and we are not surprised, and this is why. 

See, we ladies at Fishwrapper have this innate radar for douchebags -- which is probably why we do what we do -- and we have long known that Paula Patton has been way too good for her estranged husband, Robin Thicke. Called it, sealed it, and now it's been delivered in a big pile of gross and retribution. 

We're not here to say, "Told you so," but we are here to say that we called shenanigans on this "open relationship" business way, way back when this dirty laundry started airing out for the world to see. 

The bottom line is that Robin Thicke is a disgusting tool, and no amount of his better music -- "Dreamworld," anyone? -- can make us forget that he unabashedly groped another girl's ass and, even up until a few weeks ago, was bumping and grinding on other women at clubs (sweaty and gross again) while he automatically assumed that it'd be OK with his much lovelier, much classier wife. 

That's the sign of a disturbed individual, guys, and who can really blame Paula Patton for not wanting to put up with it anymore as she gets older and more mature? Nobody, that's right -- no one. 


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