ROB KARDASHIAN WANTS JOINT CUSTODY TAKEN FROM BLAC CHYNA

He Says Dream's Mother Is A Danger To Those Around Her!

Rob Kardashian wants primary custody of his daughter, Dream Kardashian. The celebrity father recently filed court documents that accuse his daughter’s mother, Blac Chyna, of inappropriate behavior that includes violence in front of Dream.

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According to TMZ,

“Chyna regularly parties hard in her house with Dream present and invites strangers over to join her. Rob says she’s drunk all the time, and a former employee of Chyna’s alleges she spends $600 on alcohol almost daily and can down an entire bottle of Hennessy.

Chyna’s accused of snorting cocaine and making violent threats to people in her home … and getting physical by throwing objects, including knives and lit candles. One alleged incident involved Chyna hurling sharp objects at her hairdresser.”

Rob has also accused Chyna of teaching his daughter explicit things that have led to a change in Dream’s overall behavior. The celebrity father, for instance, caught his daughter “acting out sexual positions that she said her mom taught her” while also using profanity. Rob’s sister, Khloe Kardashian, affirms that Dream’s behavior has become more “defensive” during her playdates with True.

A judge has yet to decide on whether Rob Kardashian should be granted primary custody of Dream Kardashian. Blac Chyna has two kids in all. Stay tuned for more Kardashian kids’ news!

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