Currently in the middle of a court case that will determine whether his hit 'Blurred Lines' ripped-off Marvin Gaye's 'Got To Give it Up' or not, Robin Thicke sat for a bizarre (to say the least) deposition, during which he admits an addiction to alcohol and drugs, claiming he took credit for the song due to jealousy and that Pharrell Williams (who is also featured on the track) "wrote the whole thing pretty much by himself."

But there's more: according to The Hollywood Reporter (that made both his and Pharrell's depositions available), Thicke also claims he was "high on vicodin and alcohol" during the recording of the track and that the comments he made to the press regarding the possible rip-off were the result of his intoxication and/or marketing manoeuvres.

When confronted with the mash-up of both tracks Gaye's children presented as evidence, Thicke declared that "it's so hard to listen to it [due to clashing major-minor chords]… It's like nails on a fucking chalkboard… This is [like] Stanley Kubrick's movie Clockwork Orange. Where he has to sit there and watch… Mozart would be rolling in his grave right now."

You can read both Pharrell's and Thicke's depositions here.