Rob Kardashian posts cheating allegations, revenge porn of Blac Chyna

Rob Kardashian sent the internet into a frenzy on Wednesday after sharing photos of ex-fiancée Blac Chyna on his Instagram account, alleging that she cheated on him with multiple men.

Three of the photos Kardashian shared were naked images of Chyna, which she apparently shared privately with him. Kardashian’s act appears to be revenge porn, or nonconsensual pornography shared without the subject’s approval. Other images were screenshots from text messages between him and a man Chyna allegedly cheated on him with, as well as a photo of this man, and a video of Chyna kissing someone.

Kardashian has since removed the nude posts of Chyna from his Instagram, but other images remain, including screenshots of Notes messages written by Kardashian alleging Chyna’s infidelity and drug use.

Kardashian and Chyna began dating in January of last year before announcing their engagement three months later. Their daughter Dream was born in November, and Kardashian announced their separation one month later.

According to Kardashian, he has “receipts for days” regarding Chyna’s alleged behavior, and has threatened to prevent Chyna from seeing Dream until she stops her alleged drug use.

“I never been this disrespected in my life by a woman. A woman I just paid 16K rent and Ferrari I just bought and lambo and 400K in Jerelty. Damn,” Kardashian wrote in one Note shared on Instagram.

“I don’t care that this is the mother of my child. I told Chyna a million times even after seeing and knowing this that I still will support and be there for her but I can’t take this anymore so yes I’m being petty,” he wrote in another.

Despite Kardashian’s acknowledgement of his “pettiness,” the brother of the Kardashian Klan may have violated revenge porn laws in the state of California, where Kardashian was reportedly renting property from sister Kylie Jenner in March.

According to the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, a law and advocacy nonprofit organization for revenge porn victims, sharing nonconsensual pornography is a misdemeanor in the state. If charged and found guilty of violating the state’s revenge porn law, Kardashian could face misdemeanor probation, with up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Nevertheless, Twitter shrouded the seriousness of Kardashian’s nude photo posts and allegations with memes expressing the internet’s knee-jerk reaction to the drama.

Update 3:27pm CT, July 5Within four hours of posting, then removing, the images depicting revenge porn on his Instagram, Kardashian announced on Twitter that the social media site had shut down his photo-sharing account. A visit to his Instagram page reveals a message stating the “page isn’t available.”

As an alternative, he invited the internet to “peep his Twitter.”

Kardashian then proceeded to repost the naked images of Chyna to Twitter, and fired off several tweets regarding their relationship. Thirty minutes after beginning his Twitter rant, Kardashian deleted the nonconsensual pornographic images once more.

Samantha Grasso

Samantha Grasso

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.