Rob Kardashian denies abuse allegations waged by Blac Chyna


Rob Kardashian is facing Blac Chyna and all of her lawsuits as 2018 begins. 

A response has been filed by Rob Kardashian denying claims of domestic violence made by Blac Chyna.  Dream’s mother is suing Rob, Kris, and Kim Kardashian with a list of complaints including domestic violence claims and claims that the Kardashians derailed her reality show.

In response to Chyna’s claims that Rob snatched her phone and pushed her to the ground last April, he says that whole story is false according to The Blast. 

In Chyna’s version of the story, she was trying to call Tyga when Rob got irate. She claims that he knocked the phone out of her hands before she could call them and then pushed Chyna to the ground. The lawsuit claims that she suffered pain for days after.

The official wording says, “did not suffer any injury or harm as a result of any conduct” based on his behavior. It also says that any damages that Chyna claims as a result of their relationship “must also be offset against the damages” suffered by Rob.

It’s no secret that Rob suffered quite a bit in his relationship with Chyna. We’ve even pointed out a lot of evidence that Chyna entered into the relationship not because she wanted to be with Rob but rather, for revenge and because she knew he’d be an easy mark.

Maybe Rob should turn around and sue Chyna for using him in order to get her hands on Kardashian money. It’s not lost on many Kardashian fans that Rob and Chyna’s relationship hit the worst patch and never recovered after she found out that she wouldn’t be using the Kardashian name whether married to Rob or not.

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From that point on, it’s been about how much Chyna can get from the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars. Chyna showed that when she was willing to drop the revenge porn lawsuit against Rob in exchange for $20,000 in child support. If they had based the amount on what Rob Kardashian actually has and earns, the amount would have been a lot lower.