Here’s What Happened When Blac Chyna Took Rob Kardashian to Court

Justice has been served—sort of.

Blac Chyna has been granted a proxy confining sequence opposite Rob Kardashian. (*Que applauding crowds of women*)

The TRO comes one week after a exes’ attribute argument became an general trending topic. It all started with Kardashian going on a very explicit, unequivocally public revenge diatribe on amicable media; and afterwards finished with feminists raging against the “sock designer” for slut-shaming his former fiancé. (Quotes used to stress lame-ness. He unequivocally is a sock designer.)

Rob common his side of a story via striking photos, private videos, and screenshot messages. Chyna, however, is holding a some-more prudent approach. Prior to her Monday morning justice appearance, Chyna sat down with ABC News to talk about how final week’s events are inspiring her.

“I was devastated, of course,” Chyna pronounced of having her insinuate images shared without her consent. “How could somebody post these cinema of me? This is a chairman that we trusted. we felt betrayed.”

Chyna says this is an emanate of respect, and of women’s rights. “The dignified of a story is,” she said, “he doesn’t honour me, so if we can’t honour me, we have to honour a law.”

Chyna’s lawyer, Lisa Bloom, assimilated her during a interview. Bloom took to Twitter to publicly share her reasons to representing Chyna in court.

“Her body, her choice. Her life, her choice. Back off,” a matter reads. After a justice hearing, Bloom had this to say:

Kardashian was represented by Robert Shapiro, whose name you may remember from O.J. Simpson’s counterclaim team. Outside of court, the 74-year-old profession addressed the media: “I, personally, on Mr. Kardahsian’s seductiveness apologized and offering a regrets as to what happened in a past integrate of days,” Shapiro said. “Now we pierce brazen to do one thing and one thing only, what ever is in a best seductiveness of a child.”

The proxy confining order does not cover the former couple’s 8-month-old daughter, Dream Kardashian, whose nanny will drop her off between parents. This does not meant Dream will be released from destiny hearings in a case, a subsequent of that has been set for Aug 8.

We’re certain we’ll hear something from one of these two before then… just hopefully not on Instagram, (or Twitter; Snapchat; Google Plus; MySpace etc.)

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