Rob Kardashian claims Blac Chyna snorted cocaine and assaulted him with 6-foot metal pole, put a gun to his head

Rob Kardashian claims Blac Chyna snorted cocaine and assaulted him with 6-foot metal pole, put a gun to his head
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian (Getty Images)

New shocking details have emerged from Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s ongoing lawsuit. In the new development, Rob has accused Chyna of assaulting him in 2016, while she was under the influence of “champagne and cocaine” with a 6-ft metal pole. Rob has reportedly filed new statements and declarations to the lawsuit recently.
He is suing his former girlfriend and his baby mama Blac Chyna for $767,852 in damages following Chyna’s “violent tendencies” which left Rob fearing for his life. One of the statements in Rob’s recent filing reads, “Based on Chyna’s conduct that night and with full knowledge of her hair-trigger temper, substance abuse, and violent tendencies, Rob believed that Chyna intended to inflict severe injury on him and feared for his life.”
Rob accused Chyna of being drunk on champagne and also snorting cocaine at the time of the assault. According to him, Chyna became “increasingly erratic, aggressive and violent in behavior as she became more and more intoxicated.” On December 14, 2016, she reportedly FaceTimed her friends while she was still intoxicated and threatened to shoot him, as she pointed the gun at his head.

She was also said to be playing with Rob’s gun without any knowledge of whether there were bullets in it or not.
In the filing, he also adds that Chyna tried to choke him with an iPhone cord. “Later in the evening of December 14, 2016, while still under the influence of drugs and alcohol, Chyna came up behind Rob, wrapped an iPhone charger cable tightly around his neck and started to strangle him using her full strength. As Chyna choked Rob with the charger wrapped tightly around his neck, Rob managed to pull the cable off of his neck and fled to the master bedroom, where he locked the door and tried to avoid any further interactions with Chyna."


Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna arrive at her Blac Chyna Birthday Celebration And Unveiling Of Her 'Chymoji' Emoji Collection at the Hard Rock Cafe on May 10, 2016, in Hollywood, California (Getty Images)

Rob claims that Chyna didn’t stop at that. When Rob locked himself in the room, the reality star reportedly tried breaking into Rob’s room and entered it while holding a “six-foot metal pole”. The Kardashian sibling was left rattled by his baby mamma’s behavior, so he immediately reached out to his mother’s boyfriend Corey Gamble for protection from Chyna. According to the documents, Corey intervened and tried to stop the fight, but Chyna continued.
Corey corroborated Rob’s statements by saying that he "pulled Chyna off Rob and tried to separate the two, though Chyna continued to beat Rob around the head, face, and back." Rob claims he "never fought back against Chyna; instead, he simply tried to shield himself from her physical attack on him." While Corey and he were trying to leave the house, Chyna reportedly threw a chair at Rob’s car.
Rob’s recent court filings also include responses of Chyna during the deposition. Chyna tried justifying her behavior by pointing out that Rob once told her “being scratched by a female is probably one of the best things a man could ask for.” Rob’s legal team responded to Chyna in a statement reading, “While Rob may have previously enjoyed when Chyna scratched him in a nonviolent and flirtatious manner, he did not enjoy her violent scratching during the incident of December 15-16, 2016.”


Although Chyna maintained that she was “being her very outgoing, colorful, and joking self with Rob." Rob in his filing highlighted that it was no “joking matter”.

“Pointing a gun at another person’s head while threatening to kill him is not a joking matter - particularly here, where the gun threats were coupled with strangulation and physical assaults,” says the document.


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