Model and entrepreneur, Blac Chyna, was granted a temporary restraining order against former fiancé, Rob Kardashian, on Monday. In the filing, Blac Chyna accused him of cyber-bullying her, which consisted of his posting personal information regarding his relationship with her as well as sexually explicit images of her. She also claims that he cursed at her in front of her four-year-old son and became angry when she contacted the boy’s father after the former couple argued, which led to Kardashian physically harming Chyna. Although Kardashian’s lawyer apologized on his behalf and agreed to comply with the temporary restraining order, Kardashian accused Chyna of cheating on him and using him for his money. The former couple, who share an eight-month-old daughter, split in December with no plans for a reconciliation.
Posting sexually explicit images of a former spouse or significant other without their consent is called revenge porn, which is considered a form of domestic violence. In New Jersey and 38 other states, revenge porn is a criminal act. As a stipulation of the temporary restraining order against Rob Kardashian, he may not come into contact with Blac Chyna or post anything about her online, especially anything resembling revenge porn.
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