BLAC Chyna has claimed that ex Rob Kardashian doesn't give her child support for their daughter Dream.
The model, 32, welcomed her three-year-old daughter with the KUWTK star in 2016 following a whirlwind romance.
The pair were engaged three months later then landed their own short-lived E! spin-off show Rob and Chyna.
Despite their instant connection, their relationship was soon on the rocks and the pair were believed to have called it quits shortly after Dreams' birth in November 2016.
However, the couple attempted to patch things up but then acrimoniously split for good in February 2017 and since then, she's been entangled in a legal dispute with his family and a custody battle with him.
And now Chyna indirectly claimed that neither Rob nor her seven-year-old son's father Tyga, 30, pay child support during an appearance on SiriusXM’s Hip Hop Nation.
Opening up about her life, the reality TV star said supporting her two children was her "biggest flex".
She said: "My biggest flex? I mean, just honestly taking care of my kids by myself as a single parent, but no child support.
"So that's my biggest flex. I don't get no child support. That's my biggest flex."
The Sun Online have contacted a rep for Rob Kardashian.
Chyna also welcomed son King Cairo with rapper Tyga, who she split from in 2014 after three years together.
The 30-year-old hitmaker then went on to date Rob's younger sister Kylie Jenner from 2014 to 2017.
It was reported earlier this year that the Kardashian family slammed her claims that she was treated like a "unicorn black reality star" on her show with Rob.
Her attorney is claiming the 32-year-old's race is the reason her E! reality show, Rob & Chyna, never got a second season.
In response, the Kardashian's lawyer – Marty Singer – said: "This is a two-year-old lawsuit in which Chyna has changed her defense more times than we can count.
"Sadly, unsurprising to anyone, she has stooped to a new low, changing her defense to try to leverage the emotions and pain of the moment, insulting the pain and suffering of real victims of racial injustice and systemic racism.
“We take these allegations very seriously and once again, there is no ‘Rob & Chyna’ show if there is no Rob & Chyna."
Rob & Chyna premiered in September 2016 and ran for one season. It was renewed but later canceled by the network.
At the time, Chyna's attorney said in a statement to Page Six, that "had Chyna been a white reality TV star, rather than the ‘unicorn’ black reality TV star."
Her attorney then said the allegations made by matriarch Kris Jenner claiming that Chyna had physically attacked Rob "never would have been made in the first place – or her false accusation would have been quickly investigated by E! and NBCUniversal and proven false."
Jenner and three of her daughters – Kylie, Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian – were accused by Chyna in 2017 of interfering with her show Rob & Chyna and working with producers to get the show canceled, which she has alleged caused her substantial damages.
A month earlier, Kylie and Rob sued Chyna for battery after alleging she tried to choke him with a phone cord.
New details of the alleged 2016 assault against Rob by then-girlfriend Chyna emerged earlier in 2020 and alleged that she was under the influence of cocaine and attacked him with a six-foot metal pole.
According to documents seen by The Blast, Rob claimed to have “believed that Chyna intended to inflict severe injury on him and feared for his life."
On the day of the incident, Rob claims "Chyna participated in a photoshoot at the Hidden Hills house, along with photographers, a makeup artist, a hairstylist, Chyna’s friends, members of her entourage and others."
He alleges that during the day, "Chyna consumed large amounts of Moet Rose champagne and snorted cocaine.
"As the day went on…he says she became 'increasingly erratic, aggressive and violent behavior as she became more and more intoxicated.'"
Chyna said at the time that there was "NO violent attack and that this is just another one of Rob's lies."
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