The Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna drama seems to be never ending, and now things are taking a turn for the incredibly serious.
Although Blac Chyna was granted a restraining order against her ex after he posted several nude photos of her without permission, Rob Kardashian is now claiming that Blac Chyna was physically abusive toward him.
Court documents detailed today by Blac Chyna and her attorney, Lisa Bloom, show that Chyna claims that Rob Kardashian attacked her in April of 2017. She also states that he punched her and knocked her over. After she ran away from him to the other room to seek shelter, he allegedly punched through the wall to get to her.
Blac Chyna also says that she is scared of Rob Kardashian due to the fact that he has a gun and has claimed to use it to shoot himself in the past. Rob has a history of depression; however, the extent of his anger issues are currently unknown.
Rob, meanwhile, says Blac Chyna has been abusive toward him and that he is the victim in the situation.
Rob Kardashian claims that when Blac Chyna moved out of his house in December of 2016, she smashed $35,000 worth of items, attempted to choke him with his iPhone charger, and beat him with a metal rod.
Kris Jenner’s boyfriend, Corey Gamble, had to break up the fight between the pair, and those close to Rob Kardashian say that there is security camera footage of them engaging in the physical altercation.
Blac Chyna says during that fight in December, Rob aggressively snatched her phone from her and hit her in the thighs and arms. She also claims she had trouble walking after the incident and that she has video footage and pictures to prove her side of the story.
It is unclear whether Blac Chyna is guilty of physically assaulting Rob Kardashian, but it is obvious that the courts found a compelling enough reason to give his ex a restraining order against him.
There is currently no word on the custody of their daughter, Dream, though it seems there may be a nasty legal battle brewing.
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