Blac Chyna Granted A Restraining Order Against Rob Kardashian

Blac Chyna and her team of lawyers take Rob Kardashian to court!

Jul. 10 2017, Published 4:23 p.m. ET

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Blac Chyna is not playing games when it comes to her ex Rob Kardashian. After the troubled reality star released then deleted two nude photos of her on Instagram, she headed to court to make sure she gets a restraining order against him.

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The beauty headed to court on Monday morning to muzzle Rob and keep him clear of her. Chyna hired the best of the best, as her lawyer Lisa Bloom previously represented actress Mischa Barton after her ex tried to release a porn video of her.

Blac Chyna and her team of lawyers take Rob Kardashian to court!

Chyna looked demure and covered up in all white, days after being completely exposed. According to reports, Rob had no plans to contest her allegations and simply wants what is best for their daughter, Dream.

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Rob's lawyer Robert Shapiro added that he regrets posting the photos to begin with, and it was a "spontaneous reaction" after getting mad about Chyna sending him a video making out with another man.


But it doesn't seem Chyna is backing down, saying in a new interview on Good Morning America, "The moral of the story is that he doesn’t respect me. So if you don’t respect me you have to respect the law,"

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Blac Chyna has been granted the restraining order, which ensures Rob stays away from her and also is unable to post personal information and photos about her.


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