Transcript for Robin Thicke Deposition Video Released
? There it is, blurred lines the hit single that led to a copyright infringement trial for robin Thicke. For the first time we're seeing the video of that deposition he made. Reporter: A federal judge recently unsealed that video showing signs of robin Thicke and superproducer Farrell Williams that people have rarely see. Getting testy when questioned by a lawyer. It was one of the hottest songs of 2013, spending ten weeks at number one on the charts. Selling more than 7 million copies, according to Nielsen sound scan. With that success came controversy. Overnight, newly unsealed tapes released showing the embattled pop star, robin Thicke admitting in a deposition that he was drunk and high when he recorded the 2013 hit song "Blurred lines." I was high and drunk every time I did an interview last year. Reporter: In the new footage Thicke also admits when he said he was high and drunk, he met every interview. We really wrote the song in a half-hour. The interview we just played from vh-1, were you drunk and on vi vicodin? I didn't do a single interview last year without being high on both. Reporter: His co-writer also deposed, looking angry, firing back at lawyers when asked to about the notations. The duo was ordered to pay $5.4 million to music icon Marvin Gaye's estate. Now, the original amount awarded to Gaye's family was more than $7 million, that was later reduced. In a statement, the attorney for Thicke and Williams said this is old news. Saying the songs are different. They're pursuing an appeal here. They're different songs. So, we'll see how this unfolds. Interesting look behind the scenes with those video tapes. Coming up on "Good morning
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