Anything involving the Kardashians and Blac Chyna is certain to get messy. So is the case with Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna’s relationship. Kardashian was not too long ago deposed in his case in opposition to Blac Chyna the place he sued her for assault, battery and vandalism. However, he made an fascinating revelation through the deposition. Court paperwork revealed that he admitted that enjoys getting scratched by ladies and Chyna is claiming he did not really undergo any bodily or psychological accidents from their melee on Christmas.
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According to The Blast, Rob Kardashian is into some freaky sh*t. Blac Chyna not too long ago filed paperwork claiming that Rob did not really face any kind of damages ensuing from their 2016 struggle. She included a transcript of the deposition that claims that he admitted that “being scratched by a feminine is likely one of the finest issues a person might ask for.”
The assertion was made after he was requested about Chyna ripping his shirt off. Rob claimed that he did not notice she was being aggressive, nor was he conscious that issues would’ve escalated to a violent stage. “I assumed she was simply being drunk, and you recognize, making an attempt to be humorous,” Rob instructed Chyna’s lawyer.
Despite the pleasure he will get from being scratched by ladies, he did admit that Chyna’s scratch “didn’t really feel good.”
The deposition was included within the paperwork Chyna filed with the intention to show that Rob’s shirt was ripped “along with his (very pleased) consent.”
Chyna additionally stated that Rob is in search of $500Ok in damages, claiming he suffered emotional and bodily accidents from the incident. Additionally, he is in search of damages for lack of property attributable to Chyna breaking his tv.
However, Chyna made it clear that Kylie Jenner really owned the tv when Rob and herself have been renting his sister’s dwelling in Calabasas. She claims his t-shirt she ripped price $250 and believes she would not owe Rob something greater than $5K.