Jason Patric's Heartbreaking Custody Battle

Jason Patric's Heartbreaking Custody Battle

Jason Patric opens up on Access Hollywood Live about his bitter custody battle for his son, Gus. How does he claim he lost custody of Gus to his ex-girlfriend, Danielle Schreiber? And, how does he respond to Danielle’s claims that he was only meant to be a sperm donor?

And they're actually singing. There is no track. I think he should release this. ♪♪♪♪ He's walking like a truck driver. So he didn't have the swoosh going. He's walking like there's something else he needs to do. And I don't have kids, so I don't know these shows. But I'm now a fan. This girl is 14. Oh, she's too good. Beautiful. That is like Whitney and Rihanna. And now, as judges, what are you looking for here and do they win something good? They win like the equivalent of the mirrorball trophy. No money? I don't know. Could be like in the contract or something. I don't know. You don't get into that stuff. But as a judge, what are we looking for? I want to feel like I'm watching that person. China Ann as Tina turner, I at the time like she had the grit. And she's only 14. So the tone of voice, the encapsulation of that persona. Look at Lisa. Come on. He's so perfect. There arejudges or three? There is a rotating third judge. This is fun. So much fun. I just was like this is a dream gig. I'm a lucky girl. Hoover has the amazing ability to pick a winner. Who do you think wins? I think the little girl. Like you have to take into consideration that she's already a singer and take in consideration landrieu has never signed a note. John Lovitz did pavarotti. He like really sings. He's amazing. ♪♪♪♪ Did anybody imitate you? Not on this season, but that would be fun. I don't know who will win now. This is -- There is your winner now. This is a serious competition and they four of the contestants around for like five of the episodes. Like it doesn't become a final until the final really. But do you perform? They might twist my arm. We might turn out doing a duet type. How are you feeling? You had Lyme disease. Anyone who has gone through it knows there are ups and downs. So I was like on a high swing and I've had some dips. We just know that Lyme disease, most of us are probably putting ignorance on it, you get a tick bite. Most people don't know they got bit. It's an eat coast thing. I was in Jersey playing with my nieces and nephews in a park. Symptoms show up like six weeks later. Gi symptom, all kinds of cognitive stuff. And you start chasing symptoms. And people just don't ever put it together. It took like seven months for doctors to figure out what -- You think you have cancer and -- You just don't know. And I love to work. And so I kept all my performance commitments and I would just -- because I was like I'm either going to be home feeling ms.erle or I'll rally and get the energy from the crowd. And I just kept going. And I feel that was part of my healing process, too. Are you over it? Well, it's something that keeps like flaring. So it can -- What is therapy like if you were to feel -- Like kind of wiry nerve pain. You feel like you have the flu. I was 15 pounds bad. You lost a lot of weight. I lost a lot of weight and witter and instragram were so cruel. I didn't feel the need to announce what was going on until that. Oh, you look like a holocaust survivor. Crazy things. And you never know what someone is going through, so don't judge. And what I found was as a woman, I was never more happy to gain weight. And I felt really like, wow, I have a whole new view of my body because being healthy is the key. So being scrawny skinny, no, I feel weak, I feel frail. I feel so much stronger now. So, you know, again, I liken to this. It was a very big roller coaster last year. I'm on like the baby roller coaster now. So generally on the upswing. What were the symptoms again? Don't go there. Google it if you need to know. But now I'm worried, too. A lot of people have it. It's almost like if you do Google it, just get the test. Go see a doctor. All the symptoms look like everything. I've died like 17 times from googling.