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Suave blue-eyed soul singer Robin Thicke was arrested for marijuana possession on Friday afternoon in New York City after police allegedly claimed they saw him light up a joint inside a black SUV, reports TMZ.

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The multi-award winning crooner and husband of actress Paula Patton was sitting in a parked Cadillac Escalade with another passenger when he was approached by New York’s finest.  He was the only one whom police spotted lighting up a joint.  Police took Thicke, who is the son of famed television sitcom actor Alan Thicke, into custody.  The other unidentified passenger was not arrested.

According to police, Thicke put up no resistance and was actually good-natured throughout the entire arrest process.  The 34-year-old agreed to take pictures with several officers and even handed out a few autographs.

Thicke, who recently debuted his fifth album “Love After War” was issued a desk appearance ticket and then allowed to leave.

 

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