Rob Kardashian alleges Blac Chyna pointed a gun at him and tried choking him in new court documents

2020-04-14 11:06
 
Rob Kardashian

Rob Kardashian’s legal battle against ex, Blac Chyna continues to escalate as new court documents reveal a list of new allegations made by the reality star.

According to E! News, who obtained the court documents, Rob is claiming Chyna, in December 2016, pointed a gun to his head and threatened him while under the influence of alcohol and cocaine. Later on that same night he alleges the 31-year-old tried to choke him with an iPhone charger and hit him with a metal rod.

Rob claims after Chyna gave birth to their daughter, Dream, she stopped breastfeeding and began drinking and doing drugs a month later.

"When Chyna is drunk and high, she is very strong," Rob wrote in the documents.

Rob said following the attack he suffered fear and anxiety, hired security and changed the locks in his home. According to the publication, Corey Gamble – the boyfriend of Kris Jenner – broke up the altercation between the two and backed claims made by Rob in a declaration of his own.

Rob and Chyna started dating in January 2016 before announcing their engagement in April. But by the end of the year, the two had split before going through a very public custody battle.

Rob recently made allegations against Chyna saying her alleged drug and alcohol abuse has greatly affected Dream, and was, therefore, seeking primary custody of their three-year-old daughter. The court denied his request.

In a comment to E! News, Chyna's attorney, Lynne Ciani, said there was "no violent attack" against Rob. "Instead," the attorney said, "the evidence shows that Rob and Chyna, a very happily engaged couple at the time, had a raucous and flirty time together on December 14, 2016 to celebrate" (the second season of their former reality TV Show, according to the publication).    

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