Rob Kardashian's Instagram account has been deactivated after he shared a series of explicit images of, and made several expletive ridden accusations against, ex-fiancee Blac Chyna.
The Reality TV Star had his account removed after sharing revenge porn images of Chyna in bed with another man and images of her exposed genital area, reports PEOPLE.
“Hahahaha Chyna just sent me this video saying happy 4th of July what a crazy person,” he captioned the video, which was later removed. “Come spend time with your daughter instead of f—ing me and then this dude right after. U need help.”
“This is from Chyna yesterday to me,” Rob wrote in the caption of the naked photo of Chyna. “I never been so disrespected in my life. I just bought her 250K of jewelry yesterday. This woman is so disrespectful and I don’t care.”
Following on from his tirade, Rob moved on to Twitter where he continued the rant. In his Tweets the star alleged that Chyna had only agreed to marry him and have a child with him out of 'spite' for Kylie Jenner and Tyga's romance.
"Soon as kylie and tyga broke up Chyna was over the game. She had a baby out of spite and I'll never view her the same," he wrote.
Should Chyna choose to pursue legal action against Rob, he could face serious consequences. California, which both Rob and Chyna call home, has had a revenge porn law since 2013, TMZ reports.
"A person who intentionally distributes the image of the intimate body part of another ... knowing they'll cause emotional distress" is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by up to 6 months in jail, the law states.
However, problems between the two appear to go deeper as Chyna has responded to the social media tirade with worrying accusations of domestic abuse.
"Rob u did all this but u beat me up and try act it never happen!!!!!” she wrote on Snapchat. “U put hand on me I swear on god!!!! On my kids but I’m supposed to be quiet because you’re a Kardashian.”
The concerning accusations have not yet been elaborated on by Chyna or her team, and Rob is yet to respond.
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