Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams' deposition videos used in 'Blurred Lines' trial released

A federal judge unsealed deposition videos containing interviews with Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams that were used in the "Blurred Lines" trial, The Hollywood Reporter published Saturday.

Thicke admitted during the deposition that he wasn't sober for any of the interviews he did for the song.

"I didn't do a single interview last year without being high on both (alcohol and Vicodin)," Thicke told an attorney in an unsealed deposition video obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. "With all due respect, I was high and drunk every time I did an interview last year."

When asked if this was true for his Oprah Winfrey interview, the singer quickly replied, "Yes."

When asked if he considered himself to be an honest person, Thicke responded, "No."

The family of Marvin Gaye successfully sued Williams and Thicke as well as rapper T.I. for infringing the copyright of Gaye's 1977 hit "Got to Give It Up" in their massive 2013 hit "Blurred Lines."

Williams' deposition was also released, in which he expressed feeling "uncomfortable" when asked to name two musical notes and their duration.

On March 10, the late singer's family was awarded $7.3 million, which was later reduced to $5.3 million.

Williams' and Thicke's attorneys have filed for an appeal.

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