Rob Kardashian's ex considers legal action over explicit shots posted on Instagram

Danny Woods
July 6, 2017

In California, where Kardashian lives, revenge porn is a criminal offence and it is illegal to intentionally distribute "the image of the intimate body part or parts of another identifiable person". According to Business Insider, Rob may face a six-month prison sentence or could be sued by Blac for an amount that can soar to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Goldberg, who represents clients who have experienced Internet abuse at her firm C. A. Goldberg, told the outlet: "This is sort of the classic, quintessential revenge porn".

Once his Insta had been closed, Rob took to Twitter and made more wild claims, this time dragging his youngest sister Kylie Jenner into it, who dated Tyga - Blac's ex and father of her son, until April this year. And in my Mischa Barton case judge agreed it's a form of domestic violence.

They split up in December. They have their own reality TV series on popular U.S. entertainment channel E! called Rob and Chyna.

Blac Chyna has broken her silence about Rob Kardashian leaking her photos on Instagram on Wednesday and she is threatening legal action.

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As well as posting several sexually explicit photos of Chyna, he further revealed he recently bought her $250,000 worth of jewellery, a Ferrari, Lamborghini AND pays her $16,000 a month rent.

He continued: "My bed that my child lays in and she gave the robes I got to all her dudes in my house that I pay for". He accused her of taking drugs and having plastic surgery after the birth of Dream Renée Kardashian last November.

Rob and Chyna's story gets wilder with every passing day, and yesterday Rob exposed a major plot twist.

She wrote: "Rob u did all this but u beat me up and try act it never happen!". "U put hand on me I swear on god". Despite his Instagram account being shut down, Kardashian then moved his tirade over to Twitter. In 2013, California lawmakers passed a law penalising what is known as "non-consensual pornography" and these pictures that were posted online without Blac's consent fall under this category making him an offender.

Jones is reportedly trying to convince Chyna and Kardashian to join him in his reality show to discuss the photos.

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