Blac Chyna exploring legal options and protections after Rob Kardashian's explicit social-media rant
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 07/06/2017
Blac Chyna is taking legal action after being subjected to her ex-fiance Rob Kardashian's explicit rant on social media in which he shared alleged nude photos of her and accused her of cheating and doing drugs.
Chyna, 29, has hired attorney Walter Mosley to represent her, People reported.
"I am exploring all legal remedies and protections available to my client at this time in attempts to best advise her on how she may want to proceed," Mosley told People in a statement on Wednesday evening.
Kardashian, 30, put Chyna on blast Wednesday morning by posting explicit comments about how she's an alleged cheater, liar, drug-abuser, and gold-digger. He also shared graphic sexual photos of what appeared to be Chyna's body parts such as her breasts and genitals.
Kardashian ranted and raved, claiming he spent about $1 million on Chyna in one month as she's hooking up with guys left and right behind his back.
Kardashian said he bought the mother of his child tens of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry in addition to paying for her car and a weight-loss surgery she wanted after giving birth to Dream, now seven-months-old.
The former Keeping Up with the Kardashians star also accused Chyna of having sex with three guys in three days, including himself, and a total of "eight dudes in less than a month." Kardashian called out Ferrari as being one of the guys since the rapper had posted a photo of himself lying in Chyna's bed while appearing to wear Kardashian's Versace robe.
Kardashian's outburst began when Chyna sent him a video of herself kissing another man, TMZ reported.
"I never been this disrespected in my life by a woman," Kardashian repeated on Instagram yesterday. "I never want my daughter to be raised by a woman like Chyna who cheats and does drugs and alcohol with my baby in the house."
Instagram initially took the nude photos down from Kardashian's page but kept his statements, and now his entire profile has apparently been shut down. Kardashian, however, turned to Twitter to continue his offensive tirade.
Chyna reportedly responded to the onslaught of messages in a since-deleted Snapchat post, alleging that Kardashian physically abused her.
Revenge porn was made a crime under the California Penal Code in 2013, so Kardashian could be subject to criminal charges for posting the nude photos of Chyna, and he could face up to six months in jail if convicted, according to People.
The tumultuous twosome got engaged in April 2016, welcomed Dream in November of that year and then reportedly called off their engagement and parted ways in February 2017.
In recent months since their split, however, Kardashian and Chyna seemed to be on good terms. Reports of a reconciliation even briefly surfaced. They were last spotted celebrating Father's Day together at Disneyland in June.