At 8:30 a.m. ET on July 10, Blac Chyna arrived at court with attorney Lisa Bloom to receive a restraining order against Rob Kardashian.
This comes almost a week after Kardashian posted an outrageous number of nude photos of Chyna on his Instagram account. Kardashian claims his actions were triggered by a video Chyna sent him on the Fourth of July in which she is seen kissing another man.
He also wrote a series of slandering posts about Chyna, including accusations about drug and alcohol abuse, and claims she had sex with multiple strange men while their daughter, Dream, was in the house.
Elite Daily reached out to Blac Chyna's and Rob Kardashian's teams for comment on the restraining order and Instagram photos, but did not hear back in time of publication.
As Chyna and Bloom arrived at court, they were bombarded with questions from the paparazzi about the revenge porn rampage Rob went on last week. Both Chyna and Bloom remained quiet.
In California, Rob's actions are considered revenge porn, and what Bloom called, "a crime, a civil wrong, and a form of domestic abuse" in an interview with ABC News.
However, TMZ reports lawyer Robert Shapiro will be arriving on Rob's behalf to tell the judge he will be complying.
As Shapiro put it, Kardashian's Instagram rage was "a spontaneous reaction that he regrets."
I was devastated, of course. I'm like, how could somebody, like, post these pictures of me? And, I'm like, 'Wow, OK.' Like, this is a person that I trusted. I just felt… betrayed.
When asked about posting sexy photos of herself on Instagram, Bloom came to her defense saying,
Any explicit photos that she may have chosen to post in the past, that's her choice. This is like saying that a woman can't be raped if she previously chose to have sex with someone. It's her body. It's her choice. Each and every time.
Shapiro maintains, "Rob's only concern is for the well-being of baby Dream."