Rob Kardashian Is Planning To Use Blac Chyna’s Six Flags Beat-Down Against Her In Court

April 3, 2018 / Posted by:

It was bound to come to this. On Sunday, several videos hit the internet showing Blac Chyna repeatedly dragging her daughter Dream Kardashian’s stroller across the pavement of Six Flags Magic Mountain in an attempt to use it as a weapon. Now her ex Rob Kardashian is reportedly planning on dragging her into court over it.

After the videos came out, Blac Chyna claimed on Instagram that she was only lashing out because a stranger touched her children. But that’s apparently not what Rob sees. TMZ says that Rob has been watching Chyna’s behavior “in horror” over the past few months, and the stroller-swinging was the final straw. Sources say that Rob and his lawyers will file legal documents requesting a hearing to set clear rules for what Chyna can and cannot do with Dream present.

Rob also wants to talk money. For the past six months, Rob has been paying Chyna $20,000 a month in child support, but he thinks that’s way too much. Rob says Chyna makes more money than he does, and that it’s not fair he’s paying her so much if they share 50/50 custody of Dream. Sources say that Rob is also planning to plead poor by saying he can’t make money selling socks because he’s banned from Instagram (for leaking Chyna’s nudes). The only problem there is that he’s still on Twitter, and Arthur George is still very much active on Instagram. And also because there’s a little thing called “selling socks out of the trunk of his car at a flea market” that he’s apparently forgotten about.

And while Rob is in court, he has decided to ask the judge to enforce a dating rule. Chyna turns 30 next month, and she’s currently dating 18-year-old rapper YBN Almighty Jay. Rob wants a Jesse Williams-style rule in which neither parent can bring a boyfriend or girlfriend into the house until the relationship has passed the six-month mark. A rule that prevents a revolving door of interested women from coming in and out of his house? Yeah, something tells me that’s going to be a pretty easy rule for Rob to stick to.


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