The lines are pretty clear now: Paula Patton wants a divorce from Robin Thicke.
Patton has filed for divorce, according to documents obtained Wednesday by Mashable. Patton's attorney and personal representatives did not immediately return messages seeking further comment.
Thicke wanted to save the marriage — look no further than his June album "Paula" — but it's not working out. The divorce papers, dated Oct. 1 and filed last Friday, cite "irreconcilable differences" and do not provide additional specifics, other than that Patton is seeking joint custody of their 4-year-old son.
The couple married in 2005 and were seen together as recently as January, when they attended the Grammy Awards (see photo, above.) They announced their separation in February, but it wasn't long before Thicke made it clear that he wanted to save the marriage.
Patton and Thicke had been dating for a decade before they were wed, going back to when they were teens. In the months after their separation, Thicke began dedicating his 2006 single "Lost Without U" during live performances, and "Paula" was anchored by the single "Get Her Back."
It wasn't enough. On the bright side, Thicke can go back to recording stuff like this:
The divorce was first reported Wednesday by TMZ.