NEW YORK (AP) — Robin Thicke admits his heart wasn’t into defending himself during the trial over the song “Blurred Lines” that resulted in a $7.4 million judgment against him andPharrell Williams. Thicke tells The New York Times he was careless in his deposition because it came two weeks after he separated from his wife, actress Paula Patton. Thicke says the trial just wasn’t as important to him as what was going on in his personal life. His attempt to win Patton back, the 2014 album “Paula,” was a commercial and critical flop. Thicke says the only thing he would have done differently with that album is give it away.
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