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Rob Kardashian seeks primary custody of 3-year-old daughter Dream, says Blac Chyna needs monitor


Rob Kardashian reportedly wants primary custody of his 3-year-old daughter Dream, claiming her mom Blac Chyna is a danger to the child.

The 32-year-old brother of Kim Kardashian-West says in new court paperwork obtained by that Chyna parties heavily and should be tested for drugs and alcohol before any custody time with their child.

He further claims Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, is outwardly aggressive around Dream, makes violent threats against others and has been known to throw dangerous objects including knives and lit candles, the outlet reported.

A former employee cited in the filing reportedly says Chyna regularly spends $600 on alcohol for a single day and can down an entire bottle of Hennessy herself.

Rob’s sister Khloé Kardashian weighs in as well, stating in the paperwork that Dream appears “decidedly more aggressive” when she first returns from her custody time with Chyna, TMZ said.

Rob wants a judge to reduce Chyna’s custody to supervised weekend visits only.

Attempts to reach Chyna, 31, or one of her reps were not immediately successful Wednesday.

She and the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” former cast member started a romantic relationship in early 2016 and welcomed Dream in November of that year.

They broke up a month after the birth in a split that quickly turned hostile.

According to Chyna, Kardashian was upset she ended the relationship and became “an abuser intent on destroying” her.

In July 2017, Kardashian posted graphic photos of Chyna’s naked body on Instagram and Twitter and then quickly deleted them.

Chyna sued over the “revenge porn” outburst and claimed his family also worked behind the scenes to ruin her as well, killing the second season of “Rob & Chyna.”