Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian’s relationship was never not rocky, but Rob took the drama to the next level last week when he went on an Instagram (and then Twitter) tirade, posting nude pictures of his ex-fiancé and mother to his daughter, Dream. To which Chyna responded on Snapchat with allegations that Rob had physically abused her in the past.
And the plot thickened when Chyna hired Lisa Bloom to represent her in placing a restraining order against Rob. Bloom had this to say of the situation:
I represent Blac Chyna. I just gave Rob Kardashian notice that we'll be in court Monday seeking restraining orders against him. More to come
— Lisa Bloom (@LisaBloom) July 7, 2017
If you were hoping for the drama to just go away over the weekend, you’ll be disappointed. This morning, Good Morning America shared an exclusive interview with Linsey Davis in which Chyna shares her side of the story.
When asked how she felt when she saw that Rob was posting her personal snaps, she responded, “I was devastated of course. I’m like, how could somebody, like, post these pictures of me? And I’m like, ‘Wow, okay. Like, this is a person that I trusted. I felt…betrayed.”
And before you try to argue that she liked the photos on Instagram and therefore consented in any sort of way, Chyna explained, “No, I didn’t like none of the photos. I actually have Robert Kardashian blocked from my Instagram.”
Chyna also explained why she sent the video of her in bed with another man to Rob, explaining, “I’ve been broken up with Rob since December. It’s like, if somebody keeps poking at you and poking at you and poking at you, and keep poking at you, eventually you’re going to pop.”
While it is clear that Chyna is advocating for a woman’s right to choose what she does and does not do with her body, she also has a message for other women who may be dealing with the same issues. She said, “You know, you’re not the only one that’s probably going through something. So, I feel as though if one person speaks up, hopefully it will be a domino effect.”
In the end, Chyna says that her decision to take legal action has to do with respect:
“The moral of the story is, like, he doesn’t respect me, so if you can’t Respect me, you have to respect the law.”
And advocating for women has always been on Chyna’s agenda. Check out this clip of her discussing the Slut Walk and women empowering other women with Amber Rose.