Rob Kardashian Is Attempting To Get Child Support From Blac Chyna

Lawrence Kim
November 14, 2018

Is Blac Chyna finally ending her legal war with the Kardashians??

And, Bloom says, Chyna still has a separate, active civil case against Rob which raises the domestic violence issue.

Furthermore, Rob apparently claims that Chyna filing a restraining order against him previous year has affected his financial situation in an extreme way.

Although Chyna filed a lawsuit last October against the Kardashian family for "slut-shaming her on social media" and canceling the E! reality show Rob & Chyna, by March it appeared she and Rob were on good terms. It has been an extraordinarily hard time for me emotionally and I have no desire to continue participating in the reality show. His appearances are extremely limited.

The paperwork allegedly also cites Blac Chyna's concurrent rise in income as a factor in why his support order should be modified, and that he should actually be receiving child support from her. I would like to maintain my privacy, try to recover from the emotional damage of the past several months, and explore other business ventures.

According to financial records, Chyna is worth $1.4 million, raking in about $60,000 per month. Rob added that his monthly income went from $100,000 a month to less than $10,000. News, Bloom fired back at Kardashian, writing, "We believe Rob Kardashian has deliberately retreated from social media to reduce his income so that he can pay less child support".

The outlet that explains that the only reason why he agreed to pay such a large amount of money every month was so that his ex would not only drop the domestic violence accusations against him but so that she would also agree on joint custody over their daughter.

"Poor little rich boy".

Rob has not appeared on season 15, however, Kris Jenner has said he will be back for season 16. "What kind of father plays games with supporting his own baby?" They can run, but they can't hide.

A judge suspended all child support obligations earlier this year and a hearing has been set for December to determine what will happen moving forward.

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