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Blac Chyna Is Ready To Take Ferrari Tru To COURT Over Exposed Photos

Blac Chyna granted a restraining against Rob Kardashian
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Jul. 11 2017, Published 2:17 p.m. ET

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Blac Chyna's not playing with anyone these days! After being exposed online, not only by Rob Kardashian, but also by her alleged side guy, Ferrari Tru, she is threatening to take legal action if he continues posting explicit photos of her. She's already proven that she's serious about her brand, as she just went to court on Monday to file a restraining order against Rob for cyber-bullying.

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And it sounds like Ferrari definitely is not trying to get sued, as he has already deleted two of the pictures he posted of Chyna laying down next to him in bed.

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According to reports, Chyna's lawyer Lisa Bloom sent Ferrari a legal letter that read in part, "Posting online or distributing photos of Ms White's Chyna's intimate body parts is a crime punishable by fines and jail time."

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It doesn't help matters that California has a revenge porn law prohibiting the intentional distribution of "non-consensual pornography."

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Thus far, Rob has not continued his rant against Chyna since last week, though he said more than enough, even taking to Twitter when Instagram deleted his account for his rant against his ex. At the time he claimed that she took things way too far after she sent him of video of herself making out with another man.

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He went on to claim that she's cheated on him multiple times, doesn't financially support her mother, takes drugs with their daughter Dream around, and needs to get help.

Do you think we'll be seeing Chyna with Ferrari Tru anytime soon? Let us know in the comments section. 

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