Rob Kardashian Wants Full Custody of Dream After Blac Chyna Attacked a Stranger

Rob Kardashian and Dream Kardashian
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Talk about baby mama drama. Sources close to Rob Kardashian claim that he is beyond livid at Blac Chyna's display of violence in front of their daughter Dream over the weekend, and is planning to use the attack in court in order to gain full custody of their 1-year-old

  • In case you missed it, Chyna got violent at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles on Sunday.

    Just gonna leave this here 🤦🏻‍♂️

    A post shared by ROBERT KARDASHIAN (@robkardeshian) on

    The mom of two (she also shares son King, 5, with ex Tyga) took the kids to the theme park on Easter Sunday, but was apparently caught off guard when a fan allegedly tried to touch her daughter. TMZ caught the footage of her going on the attack, and Rob posted it to his own social media, with the caption, "Just gonna leave this here."

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  • According to TMZ, Rob has been "watching Blac Chyna's antics in horror for months," and plans to use them against her in court.

    Turning Dream's pink and purple plastic stroller into a weapon is just the latest fodder Rob has against his ex, and by far the most violent. In February, a sex tape was released of Chyna performing oral sex on her ex-boyfriend Mechie, and fans couldn't help but wonder if Rob would use the tape against her in court. 

  • Chyna has also been spotted out and about with 18-year-old rapper YBN Almighty Jay.

    YBN Almighty Jay and Blac Chyna
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    Rob is reportedly concerned that Chyna has been bringing too many new men into her life, and he doesn't want Dream to have anything to do with her casual flings. TMZ claims that he is looking for a court order that would ban either parent from introducing Dream to their significant others until they had been dating for at least six months.

  • Rob is also looking to reduce his child support payments.

    He pays Chyna $20,000 a month in child support, a deal he allegedly made last fall in order for her to drop legal action against him after he posted nude photos of her online in a ill-thought-out revenge porn scheme. It's been rumored that his sisters have been paying it for him, as he has nowhere near the income to cover the amount.

    Considering that Chyna reportedly makes more money than Rob, and they have joint custody, we can't blame him for going back to court to renegotiate the amount. As for the custody issue and whether or not he will get Dream full-time after Chyna's antics at Six Flags -- it's anyone's guess.

    But no matter what, we just hope little Dream is protected and taken care of. Sometimes a court order or warning from a judge is enough to keep volatile parents in line. Hopefully Chyna has learned her lesson not to resort to violence, no matter how protective she feels of her daughter in public.