The Kardashian’s only son slams his babymama with scandalous accusations
Rob Kardashian allegedly claimed in a sealed court filing that Blac Chyna is “drunk all the time”
Rob claims Blac Chyna ‘spends $600 on alcohol’, accuses her of snorting cocaine and constantly making violent threats to people in her home
Rob Kardashian is stepping into 2020 with new energy and that includes revamping his custody agreement with his baby mama Blac Chyna. According to TMZ, Robert has filed new legal documents seeking primary custody of his 3-year-old daughter, Dream. In the legal documents Robert alleges that Blac Chyna is out of control and a danger to their daughter.
In the documents, Rob alleges Chyna STAYS partying with Dream in her presence. Rob also alleges that Chyna is drunk all of the time and reportedly spends $600 on alcohol almost on a daily basis.
Rob’s allegations didn’t stop there, he also accuses Blac Chyna of snorting cocaine and constantly making violent threats to people in her home. He also claims Dream’s behavior has changed for the worse thanks to Chyna’s parenting. One of the more disturbing allegations is Rob claims Dream has acted out sexual positions that she said.
However, in June, tension began brewing between the exes after Chyna called out Kardashian from preventing Dream from appearing on her show The Real Blac Chyna.
Chyna shared a lengthy statement on social media after TMZ reported that Rob and his lawyer Marty Singer told her in a letter that Dream could not appear on The Real Blac Chyna without Ron’s consent.
“As Executive Producer of my show, It is very unfortunate that Rob could not simply have an adult conversation with me ‘the mother of his child,’ Dream Kardashian appearing on my show ‘The Real Blac Chyna,’” wrote Chyna, who also shares 6-year-old son King Cairo with ex Tyga.
“Had Rob contacted me directly rather than through his attorney Marty Singer, Rob would have learned about Dream participation in the show,” she continued, adding that she “would never allow” Dream to be “subjected to long hours on the set.”