Some of Rob Kardashian's disturbing texts to Blac Chyna have been leaked

Publish Date
Sunday, 22 October 2017, 2:41PM
Photo: Getty Images

Photo: Getty Images

CONTENT WARNING: The following story contains references to self-harm. Help numbers can be found at the bottom of the article. 

In case you don't remember, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna experienced an extremely messy break up in July when Rob took to Instagram to post explicit sexual photos of Chyna, along with detailed rants accusing her of using drugs and alcohol.

This resulted in Chyna requesting a restraining order and filing an official complaint that Rob had physically abused her. 

Now there is further proof that the situation between the two was very bad as court documents in Chyna's lawsuit against Rob and the rest of the Kardashian family show a disturbing text exchange between Rob and herself:

Rob appears to threaten self-harm because Chyna has not thanked him on social media for a red Ferrari he leased her as a gift in May of 2017.

“I’m literally on the verge of killing myself and u couldn’t care less,” he wrote in one message.

Rob and Kylie are both suing Chyna for alleged abuse and vandalism, while Chyna is now suing the entire Kardashian clan for allegedly costing her millions of dollars in brand sponsors and interfering to intentionally tank the second season of Rob & Chyna.

We just hope that baby Dream is being looked after while all this legal mess is going on.

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