Kim Kardashian admits brother Rob was slapped with 'revenge porn' lawsuit after posting Blac Chyna's nudes

Blac Chyna, whom Rob shares a daughter with, filed a lawsuit against her ex-fiancé in 2017 for sharing three naked photos of her


                            Kim Kardashian admits brother Rob was slapped with 'revenge porn' lawsuit after posting Blac Chyna's nudes
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna, Kim Kardashian (Source: Getty Images)

Kim Kardashian has opened up about how the act of making her sex tape public—something that catapulted her into controversy and subsequent fame in 2007—would be considered revenge porn today and how her brother Rob Kardashian seemingly dabbled in the crime. 

In an extended interview with the New York Magazine, the mother-of-four shared her opinion on a wide range of issues including revenge porn and the #MeToo movement.

Kim was asked to weigh in on the fact that, over the last decade, we went from "the so-called leaked sex tape" as a thing that was used to shame women to now, where we call it "revenge porn".

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star was uncomfortable discussing the topic since it involved her own brother's antics. 

“I never even thought about that,” she told the outlet. “I guess that question is a bit tricky. Not even for my situation, but because my brother did post photos of his baby mama and he’s in a revenge-porn lawsuit. Obviously, I get the difference. And I would talk about me, but I don’t know the right thing to say without making him feel like the biggest piece of s***.”

Kim Kardashian and brother Rob attend the "I Heart Ronson" event Bar Marmont, 3 April, 2009 in Hollywood, California. (Getty Images)

Blac Chyna, whom Rob shares daughter Dream with, filed a lawsuit against her ex-fiancé in 2017 for sharing three naked photos of her while accusing her of drug/alcohol abuse and infidelity on July 5.

Her legal team accused the reality star at the time of violating California’s revenge porn laws by posting the pictures online. As a result of the suit, Chyna was granted a set of restraining orders against Rob.

Looking back at the decade, Kim also mentioned how the #MeToo movement had left her in awe.

"But there’s so many more things like that that have changed. I think the Me Too culture goes into the cancel-culture realm, where maybe … Well, I don’t want to speak for people who have been sexually assaulted because I actually don’t know what that’s like. But even just finding love in the workplace… That used to be the only way, you know."

She added: "So many of my parents’ friends married their secretaries, and were together for 40 years, and have children together. And now it’s like, “Oh, how could you?” The head of McDonald’s getting fired for having a consensual relationship with a co-worker. That kind of threw me off a little bit, just thinking how times have changed."

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