According to reports by The Blast, Robert Kardashian has apparently had to move back in with his mother, Kris Jenner, after a gruesome custody and child support battle with Blac Chyna over their daughter, Dream Kardashian.
The publication previously wrote about how the entire legal battle has been detrimental not only to Robert's emotional health but also his financial capabilities. Court documents that they obtained since the battle with Blac Chyna, states that the Kardashian had no choice but to sell half of his sock line named "Arthur George" to his mother, Kris Jenner. According to him,
"When the business was struggling, my mother infused it with capital to keep it afloat and from her infusion gained a 50% share in the company."
He adds that the success of his business was largely because of his social media posting and regular promotion of the brand online. However, he states that since his ex-fiancee requested for various "ground rules" on what he could and couldn't post, he has had to eliminate his social media presence and this has had some negative effects on his company.
"Angela’s request for a restraining order against me includes various prohibitions on what I could post online. In order to avoid any potential future issues, I nearly eliminated my social media presence.”
Being one of the most watched celebrities on the planet, the Kardashians have always been the target of media scrutiny. According to Robert, this has been damaging to him emotionally and physically, as he has been forced to give up some important endorsement deals that could have been used to provide for his daughter, all because of the prohibitions that were given to him by Blac Chyna.
To add to all of this, Rob has been suffering from diabetes, which has been hindering his progress all the more, especially since it requires him to do a drastic change in lifestyle.
While Rob has never been as visible in the spotlight as the rest of his family, his social media appearances have been at an all-time low recently due to the lawsuits he and Blac Chyna are currently facing. The last time that he was openly seen in the media was during his quick E! reality TV series "Rob & Chyna" in 2016, which was cut short due to their separation which made it impossible for them to film together.
Despite everything, Blac and Rob have been trying to set their differences aside in order to provide what is best for their child, and this seems to be working well between the two of them as they both get to spend a great amount of time with their daughter. However, when it comes to money and custody, that's an entirely different situation that seems a whole lot trickier than how things appear to be at the moment.