If there’s ever a standard manual written for gold digger’s it should feature a picture of Blac Chyna on the cover with a wide grin holding up her and Rob Kardashian‘s kid titled Dreams Come True. However, her dream is 100% Rob’s nightmare because the two of them are now locked in a nasty court case and the receipts are showing up faster than store returns on December 26th. Last month, Rob and Chyna decided to put their legal battle on hold to enjoy the festive season, but now that the holidays are officially over the two of them are ready to pull their claws out and continue the fight. Which, according to People, Rob is kinda into.
During an altercation back in 2016 at Kylie Jenner‘s home, Rob claims that Chyna slapped on him a few times and then tried to strangle him with an iPhone cord, which made me chuckle for about two seconds because that sounds like the kind of fight reality folks would get into. However, it was no laughing matter because in September 2017, almost a year after the incident, Rob and Kylie sued Chyna for assault, battery and vandalism, claiming that Chyna only had a baby with Rob to get money out of their family. Uh, ya think so, Captain Obvious? He’s also requesting that Chyna pay him $500,000 for his pain and suffering. And that’s not all. According to documents Chyna furnished during a deposition on Wednesday related to their case she claims that Rob enjoys it when his ladies use him as a human scratching post.
In a transcript of a deposition in the documents, Kardashian stated: “Being scratched by a female is probably one of the best things a man could ask for.”
The interviewer then asked him if Chyna’s “nails across your chest” — a reference to his accusation that she ripped his shirt in December 2016 — “felt good,” to which Kardashian responded: “It didn’t really occur to me that it was going to be, go into, you know, guns and strangling … I thought she was just being drunk, and you know, trying to be funny.”
When asked for clarification in the deposition, Kardashian added that the physical contact made during the shirt-ripping “didn’t feel good. That’s for sure.”
The documents Chyna submitted also suggest that Rob suffered no physical or psychological damage from the December 2016 incident so she shouldn’t have to pay him anything more than $5,000, including $250 for the ripped shirt. Rob better take that $5,000 and get his ass down to the Walmart where he can buy a whole bunch of new shirts and some Neosporin for the next time he gets cat scratch fever from one of his ladies. You see, let this be a lesson people. If you’re into freaky shit like letting your lady break out her Lee Press-On Nails and start clawing at you like a drunken Catwoman high off Meow Mix and catnip, you better make sure that stays between you and her. Because court cases bring out all the dirty laundry.