Rob Kardashian Expects Child Support From Blac Chyna - He Alleges That She's Rich, While He's Poor, Following Claims That She Damaged Him Emotionally

Rob Kardashian Expects Child Support From Blac Chyna - He Alleges That She's Rich, While He's Poor, Following Claims That She Damaged Him Emotionally
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It was recently reported that The Blast obtained some pretty interesting documents involving Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna . They have been fighting in a custody battle for Dream for a long time now.

In these new legal documents, Rob alleges that Chyna is making more cash than him, so it would be only fair that she should pay not and not the other way around.

It seems that Rob and his legal team are saying that Chyna has been gaining a lot from the ex couple's drama.

This is what the legal documents that have been obtained by The Blast say via the online magazine Hollywood Life.

The documents allege that Chyna has admittedly upped her income to 7-figures.

Chyna is a 'model and entrepreneur,' Rob said. 'She has appeared in the press and on social media to discuss both cases at every opportunity.'

According to the legal papers, Chyna is worth more than $1.4 million, and she gains about $60,000 on a monthly basis.

Rob also claimed that he makes $10,000 per month and that's why he believes that he is the one who should be collecting child support and not Chyna.

Rob also complained about the rough time that he had with Chyna.

‘It has been an extraordinarily difficult time for me emotionally, and I have no desire to continue participating in the reality show. I want to maintain my privacy, try to recover from the emotional damage of the past several months, and explore other business ventures,’ he said.

Roband Chyna just celebrated Dream Kardashian's second anniversary a couple of days ago. Chyna's mom Tokyo Toni could not be present, so she filmed herself and posted a video online.

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