Blac Chyna returns Rob's expensive gifts

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna

Blac Chyna has won a restraining order against her former fiancé Rob Kardashian, in the aftermath of his sensational "revenge porn" outburst last week.

"They know this is a very combative relationship and everyone in the family is exclusively focused on Dream; Chyna and Rob are adults", the source told the magazine, referring to Kardashian and Chyna's 8-month-old daughter. In his post, he allegedly accused her of cheating, substance use, and alcohol abuse.

Chyna's working relationship with Bloom comes just days after she was at the center of a social media attack from Rob.

Also on Monday the salon owner filed a restraining order against her ex, claiming the reality star had put his hands on and cyber-bullied her in their time together.

It appears that the request made by Blac Chyna was granted. "I was devastated, of course", Chyna told ABC News.

In an extended version of her Good Morning America interview, Chyna opened up to Nightline about her plans for custody of Dream, saying she does not want to seek sole custody.

"I would never try to take Dream from her dad".

Chyna took legal action after being subjected to her ex-fiance's explicit rant on Instagram last week in which Kardashian shared three alleged nude photos of her breasts and genitals.

Page Six talked to Bloom after the press conference, and she told us that Chyna is "feeling triumphant and had a big smile when we walked out of the courtroom". Kardashian is also prohibited from posting any photos online of Chyna or their daughter. "How could somebody, like, post these photos and video of me, especially if that person was once close to you" Chyna said.

The source claimed Kris was upset about her son's revenge porn drama.

The order will remain in effect until an August 8 hearing. Shapiro was one of the attorneys who in partnership with Johnnie Cochran and Rob's father comprised the "Dream Team" that represented O.J. Simpson during his infamous trial for the double murder of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman in the 1990's. "This woman is so disrespectful and I don't care (sic)".

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