Robin Thicke has been pictured for the first time since Emily Ratajkowski accused him of groping her bare breasts while on the set of his infamous Blurred Lines music video back in 2013.
The sighting comes just days after supermodel Ratajkowski, 30, made the bombshell allegations in her new book 'My Body', where she claimed he sexually assaulted her on the set of the music video eight years ago, reaching around her from behind and cupping her breasts in both hands.
Thicke - who has yet to respond to the claims - was dressed down in casual wear for the family outing. He and his wife April, 26, also share a son named Luca.
Pictured: Robin Thicke steps out for the first time since Emily Ratajkowski accused him of sexual assault, as he was seen with his family shopping for Halloween decorations in LA
His wife April, who is 18 years younger than the singer, was also dressed casually. Both wore baseball caps and face masks as they went about their day.
Ratajkowski makes the damning allegation in her new book 'My Body', set to be released next month, according to the Sunday Times of London.
At the time, the duo were standing alone on the set and the model was naked from the waist up for the controversial video which catapulted both her and Thicke's careers and was criticized for promoting date rape culture.
Ratajkowski has accused Robin Thicke of groping her bare breasts while they were filming the music video for his 2013 hit Blurred Lines (seen above)
DailyMail.com has reached out to representatives for Thicke and Ratajkowski for comment. Multiple attempts by the Times to contact Thicke's reps were also unanswered.
Thicke did not seem concerned about the upcoming revelations in Ratajkowski's book as he posted a video on Instagram of himself watching The Little Mermaid movie with his young children at home Saturday afternoon.
At the time of the video shoot, Thicke was married to actress Paula Patton, with whom he shares an 11-year-old son, Julian Fuego Thicke.
Seen for the first time: Thicke's wife April Love Geary, 26, accompanied her husband and children to a 99c store in Los Angeles
United front: Both Thicke and Geary went about their day as they loaded up their car
Shop: Thicke - who has yet to respond to the claims - was dressed down in casual wear for the family outing. He and his wife April, 26, also share a son named Luca
Carrying on: Ratajkowski makes the damning allegation against Thicke in her new book 'My Body', set to be released next month, according to the Sunday Times of London
The two separated in 2014, and Patton cited in her divorce filing his alleged abuse toward her, as well as drug abuse and infidelity as reasons for their separation. He now has three children with April Love Geary.
In 2018, Ratajkowski married the Uncut Gems producer Sebastian Bear-McClard. She gave birth to their first child - a son called Sylvester Apollo Bear - in March.
Ratajkowski says the shoot - shot with an all-female team where the only men allowed were the performers - was fun until Thicke appeared to get 'a little drunk' and his behavior changed.
Relationship: Thicke met Geary in 2014. They welcomed their first daughter, three-year-old Mia Love, in 2018, and they got engaged on Christmas Eve of that year
Silent: DailyMail.com has reached out to representatives for Thicke and Ratajkowski for comment
Daddy duty: The Blurred Lines singer was seen with his family on Sunday
Staying steady: Thicke and his wife appeared to be carrying on as normal amid the controversy
Then, 'out of nowhere' she says she felt someone's hands on her breasts - turning to realize who it was.
'Suddenly, out of nowhere, I felt the coolness and foreignness of a stranger's hands cupping my bare breasts from behind,' alleges the model-turned-actress.
'I instinctively moved away, looking back at Robin Thicke.'
The supermodel, now 30, claims the R&B star, now 44, had been drinking when he sexually assaulted her on set (pictured together in the music video)
Standing tall: Emily Ratajkowski, 30, kept her head high as she stepped out in New York on Sunday with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and their son Sly, six months
Taking it easy: She wore a striped shirt for the HBO series The Sopranos, plus high-waisted jeans and white trainers while pushing little Sylvester
Ratajkowski claims the singer-songwriter 'stumbled backward' and smiled at her, before the set director - who noticed what had happened - stepped in.
'Promoting rape culture'
The explicit video and the lyrics for Blurred Lines sparked instant controversy on its 2013 release.
The video shows the three models semi-naked being pursued by fully-clothed men.
A second cut was then released a week after the original that included topless footage of the three models.
Meanwhile, lyrics in the song included 'I hate these blurred lines, I know you want it' and 'Must wanna get nasty'.
Rape victims said the lyrics were similar to those spoken by their attackers and both the video and song was slammed for promoting rape culture, sexism and the objectification of women.
This February, Thicke claimed there was 'no negative intentions' with the nature of the video and lyrics but admitted he wouldn't release it today.
Plagiarizing Marvin Gaye
Blurred Lines also proved to be trouble for Thicke and his collaborators from a financial sense.
In 2015, the estate of the late singer Marvin Gay won a $5.3 million judgment against him and Pharrell Williams after accusing them of lifting passages from Gaye's song Got To Give It Up, from 1977.
Thicke claimed in court he had not actually written any of Blurred Lines, despite being listed as a songwriter.
A federal jury found the pair guilty of copyright infringement.
A panel of judges upheld the decision on appeal.
Marvin Gaye's daughter Nona Gaye outside LA court following the ruling
'He smiled a goofy grin and stumbled backward, his eyes concealed behind his sunglasses,' she writes.
'My head turned to the darkness beyond the set. [Director Diane Martel's] voice cracked as she yelled out to me, 'Are you okay?''
In the book, Ratajkowski says she felt 'the heat of humiliation pump through' her body after the alleged fondling and suddenly 'felt naked for the first time that day.'
The supermodel says she didn't speak out in the moment saying she felt 'desperate to minimize' what happened.
'I pushed my chin forward and shrugged, avoiding eye contact, feeling the heat of humiliation pump through my body,' the book reads.
'I didn't react – not really, not like I should have.'
Ratajkowski says she is speaking out years later as she didn't let herself come to terms with what had happened at the time.
She says she was then reminded of the alleged sexual assault when she noticed Thicke had blocked her