Friday, February 7, 2020

Rob Kardashian wants sister Khloe to testify in bitter custody battle with Blac Chyna

Rob Kardashian is rallying for his sister Khloe Kardashian to testify in a bitter custody battle with his ex Blac Chyna.

The 32-year-old father-of-one wants full custody of his three-year-old daughter Dream as he is concerned about her living with her mum.

And now a date has been set for the legal face-off, as Rob is asking the court to call four witnesses, including Khloe and Chyna, reported Radar.

In papers filed last month, Rob’s attorney said they wanted to call Rob, Chyna, and Khloe to the stand.


Rob also wants to call two of Chyna’s former employees - Lynett Sluis and J.T.Milby - to testify.

Blac and Rob agreed to joint custody in September 2017.

This followed them both dropping lawsuits in which they alleged the other was abusive, following a whirlwind romance and failed engagement.

And last month, Rob allegedly claimed in legal documents, that Dream's mum Chyna - real name Angela Renée White - hosts boozy parties at her house when Dream is present.

Other shocking claims made in the documents include that she spends “$600 on alcohol” a day as well as "snorting cocaine".


Rob also alleges, TMZ claims, that Chyna often gets violent and throws about objects - including knives.

The Kardashian also added that Dream's behavior has become worse with her "naked twerking, and acting out sexual positions that she said her mom taught her" she also uses foul language, he included in the documents.

Rob's also worried that Dream's personal hygiene is being neglected as she arrives to see him with dirty teeth, nails and messy hair.

The TV star's ideally wants Chyna to be forced to submit to drug and alcohol testing 30 minutes before each visit with Dream.

He also asks that the supervising nanny be granted the authority to end the visits if violence takes place in front of their daughter.

The online publication also adds that Khloe commented in the documents on Dream's "decidedly more aggressive" behaviour.

1 comment:

  1. If all the accusations are true, then it's high time the father get the full custody of the innocent little girl.

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