Rob Kardashian Is Paying Blac Chyna $20,000 A Month In Child Support

October 2, 2017 / Posted by:

When Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian finally settled their dramatic custody battle over their daughter Dream last month, it was reported that she was coming hard for that Kardashian cash. Chyna wanted $50,000 a month in child support. Rob, on the other hand, was angling for $10,000 a month. TMZ says they agreed on $20,000.

TMZ says the situation is just a tiny bit complicated. Sources say that Rob agreed to the $20,000 amount because he wanted a 50/50 custody split and a guarantee that Chyna would drop her domestic violence allegations. By agreeing to the $20,000 deal, the Kardashian family believes it was only ever about the money for her.

As for where Jobless Rob is getting $20,000 a month from, you already know. Sources tell TMZ that his family is the one paying Chyna every month, and a good chunk of the $20,000 is reportedly going toward nannies. Rob doesn’t make money from reality TV anymore, and his sock line isn’t exactly turning a profit. But TMZ’s sources say that the Kardashians were happy to fork over the child support money because they’re invested in Dream, and they don’t really trust Chyna to be a good parent. Uh huh. I’m sure it has nothing to do with wanting to keep Chyna’s mouth shut about any shady or surgical stuff she saw go down at Casa Kardashian.

However, the $20k a month isn’t for forever. Rob can go back to court and ask for a modification on the child support based on his current income stats. If Rob doesn’t find a job, there is a chance he could always go to court and claim his income is $0.

But right now she’s getting $20,000 a month. That’s a lot, but still – you’d think Blac Chyna would have been able to shake down a few more quarters from Rob Kardashian. Although to be fair to Chyna, shaking down a dude Rob’s size couldn’t have been an easy job. Your arms would tire out after about sixty seconds, and you’d just grab whatever fell on the floor with whatever remaining strength you had.

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