Blac Chyna's attorney, Walter Mosley, says he's looking into which legal actions are available to his client after ex-fiance Rob Kardashian posted a number of explicit photos of her on social media. But that further triggered Rob who continued to rant on Twitter, once Instagram deactivated his account, almost 30 minutes after the nude pics were put up.
Instagram eventually suspended Kardashian's account, but that hasn't muted questions about whether Kardashian's posts qualify as "revenge porn", which has been illegal to distribute in California since 2013. Not only did he accuse the video vixen of cheating and using drugs, but he also took to social media to share nude pics of the 29-year-old. While he removed the photos from his Instagram shortly after uploading them, Instagram shuttered his account, leading Kardashian to post the same three photos to Twitter and fire off a series of tweets regarding his relationship with Chyna. Indeed yesterday Rob Kardashian posted several shots showing the breasts, buttocks and intimate parts of Dream Kardashian's mother. It said: "Rob you did all this but you beat me up and try act it never happen!"
People reported that if found guilty of disseminating revenge porn, Kardashian could face a fine and six months behind bars. He claimed that Chyna had sent him the video on July 4 before sleeping with another man.
"Everyone wonders how Chyna lost all that weight after the baby and she lies to everyone..." he claimed.
Rob Kardashian is now embroiled in a legal battle for posting nude photos of Blac Chyna. Don't speak on my daughter when u having threesomes with young Chy and Tiny::: and I put that on my daughters life since u wanna speak on my daughter, damn shame.
Blac Chyna does not remain silent after Rob Kardashian has leaked pictures of her naked! Blac Chyna's side piece is now ready to tell-all about their affair.
Representatives for Chyna and Kardashian did not immediately respond to request for comment.
A lawyer for Chyna said in a statement to People that they are "exploring all legal remedies".