KUWK: Rob Kardashian Has Reportedly Filed The Documents To Get His $20K Child Support Reduced - Claims He's Broke!

KUWK: Rob Kardashian Has Reportedly Filed The Documents To Get His $20K Child Support Reduced - Claims He's Broke!
Credit: Source: theblast.com

Multiple reports have been claiming that Rob Kardashian has already filed all of the necessary papers to legally lower the monthly child support payments he’s been sending former fiancée and baby mama Blac Chyna. As fans of KUWK know, the two share daughter Dream, 2, together.

The Blast was the first to share the news, saying that the only Kardashian son argued in the documents that he is not able to afford the $20,000 per month anymore.

Furthermore, Rob apparently claims that Chyna filing a restraining order against him last year has affected his financial situation in an extreme way.

The reason? Because of the emotional damage of being scrutinized by the public and press, he hasn’t been part of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and therefore, hasn't been able to make much money.

TMZ also claims that Rob filing to reduce his child support payments has actually been in the works for over a year now!

The outlet that explains that the only reason why he agreed to pay such a large amount of money every month was so that his ex would not only drop the domestic violence accusations against him but so that she would also agree on joint custody over their daughter.

Back in September, Blac Chyna did just that, and now, Rob thinks enough time has passed for him to finally take action and get the child support amount reduced.

Lisa Bloom, Chyna’s legal representative, slammed him earlier this week while talking to TMZ, saying: ‘Rob has deliberately retreated from social media to suppress his income in order to reduce support. What kind of father plays games with supporting his own baby?’

What do you think about this development between the exes? Is Rob doing the right thing or not?

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