Robin Thicke Admits Alcohol and Drug Dependence in "Blurred Lines" Deposition Video

He reveals that he is not an honest person.

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“Blurred Lines” has brought quite a bit of trouble to Robin Thicke and Pharrell, and recently, Thicke’s own deposition from the trail has been released. In the clips, the singer admits that he was drunk and high on alcohol and Vicodin “every time he did an interview last year” and that he didn’t do “a single interview last year without being high on both” the drugs. When asked whether or not he considers himself an honest person, he replies, “no.” Watch the five-part video below.

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