Blac Chyna’s lawyer responds to Rob Kardashian’s revenge porn posts

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Rob Kardashian‘s revenge porn posts may not go without legal consequence. In a statement given to People, Walter Mosley, the attorney of Kardashian’s ex-fiancée Blac Chyna, said he’s investigating what legal actions can be taken against the celebrity. Mosley’s response came on the heels of Kardashian’s social media meltdown on Wednesday, during which he posted nude photos […]

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Rob Kardashian‘s revenge porn posts may not go without legal consequence.

In a statement given to People, Walter Mosley, the attorney of Kardashian’s ex-fiancée Blac Chyna, said he’s investigating what legal actions can be taken against the celebrity. Mosley’s response came on the heels of Kardashian’s social media meltdown on Wednesday, during which he posted nude photos he alleged to be of Chyna to both Instagram and Twitter.

“I am exploring all legal remedies and protections available to my client at this time in attempts to best advise her on how she may want to proceed,” Mosley told People.

During Kardashian’s online tirade, he posted images alleging Chyna’s infidelity, as well as three pictures of a naked woman. 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.

According to People, Chyna responded to Kardashian’s social media rants by posting a message to Snapchat alleging that Kardashian hit her. Her post has since been removed.

Kardashian too removed the nude photos from Twitter half an hour after posting them. However, his actions on both Twitter and Instagram are a form of revenge porn, or nonconsensual pornography. If found guilty of sharing naked photos of Chyna without her consent in the state of California, Kardashian could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

“This is sort of the classic, quintessential revenge porn,” Carrie Goldberg founding attorney of internet abuse and sexual consent firm C. A. Goldberg, PLLC, told People. “Rob has made the work of a prosecutor or a victim’s attorney quite easy so far as to even post about the very motive behind his outrageous act of posting these private and nude photos of his ex.”

H/T People

Samantha Grasso

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Samantha Grasso is a former IRL staff writer for the Daily Dot with a reporting emphasis on immigration. Her work has appeared on Los Angeles Magazine, Death And Taxes, Revelist, Texts From Last Night, Austin Monthly, and she has previously contributed to Texas Monthly.