On the 19th of February, Monday, a video leaked online appeared to show Blac Chyna – the ex-fiancée of Rob Kardashian – giving oral sex to an unidentified man. Following the release of the tape, Chyna and her attorneys are fighting back.
Lisa Bloom, who is a ubiquitous celebrity attorney working for women such as Mischa Barton among others – claimed “revenge porn,” as they call it, is illegal in California.
Lisa and Chyna’s other lawyers are about to set out on making an example of the person who leaked the video. Bloom stated to Us Weekly that videos such as these are a “cruel attempt to slut-shame women for being sexual.”
Walter Mosley, her other attorney, took to Instagram on the afternoon of Monday and said the “culture of abuse and assault against women,” needs to stop. Mosley asked why men feel it’s ok to defame women using pornographic material.
However, it’s worth noting that most people are perfectly aware of the immorality of releasing pornographic videos without the other person’s consent, which is precisely why they seek revenge through leaked videotapes: to damage their former partner’s reputation.
Mosley claimed he’s tired of telling his clients not to make sex videos with men because the men always release them later. Mosley stated, “we need to stop sharing these videos with each other in the club, or at the barbershop, especially online.”
In a report from TMZ, Mosley said he and Chyna intend to talk to the police to find out where the leak came from. As you may know, this isn’t the only time Chyna has dealt with “revenge porn” cases.
Rob Kardashian took to Instagram and Twitter to release a series of spiteful photos of Chyna, resulting in him deleting his accounts soon after and publishing an apology. Chyna filed a restraining order against him effectively destroying any hope of a second season of the reality series, “Rob & Chyna.”