Taking to her Instagram Story on Friday, March 4, to share a loving throwback video of young Khloé smiling as she runs into the sock designer's arms, with the two holding onto each other tight, the mother-of-one wrote: "My Bobby boy @robkardashianofficial My best man." Lorde's "ribs" tune also played in the background of the video.
Khloé showed her brother some love as he and his sisters are set to face off with the mother of his daughter, Dream, 5, in court.
As OK! reported, Rob sued his ex in September 2017 for assault, claiming Chyna used an iPhone cord to try to strangle him and struck him with a 6 ft. metal pole while drunk at Kylie Jenner's home in December 2016.
Rob's suit was a countersuit to Chyna's, in which she accused her ex and his family of trying to ruin her life. The model claimed Kris Jenner made up the lie that Chyna attacked her son and spread it to the rest of their family. According to Chyna, the momager instructed her daughters to tell the lie to E! execs so the former flames' show, Rob & Chyna, would get canceled.
The Kardashian family wielded their "power and influence over the E! network to kill the second season," the court documents Chyna filed against the family declared. However the titular couple had already split up, so a second season was already highly unlikely.
While Rob dropped his suit in February after a years-long legal battle with Chyna, the mother-of-two is going full steam ahead with hers. (Chyna has demanded that Rob cough up $45k to cover what she spent fighting the case Rob brought against her for the alleged assault.)
Chyna is also now requesting that her case against the family be split into two separate trials, with her going head-to-head with Kris, Kim Kardashian, Khloé and Kylie before taking on Rob.
Meanwhile, Rob's family isn't giving up without a fight, as they asked the judge to demand that Chyna turn over her billing records related to therapy visits since she has been seeking damages for alleged emotional distress. The defendants are also requesting to see Chyna's reported income from OnlyFans.
“[Chyna’s] continued entertainment career and related earnings are directly relevant to defending against [Chyna’s] allegations that she has suffered millions of dollars in damages in lost income and lost earning capacity,” the motion stated.
The case will be heard in trial on April 15.