Rob Kardashian seeks custody of daughter amid shock Blac Chyna claims

Rob Kardashian seeks custody of daughter amid shock Blac Chyna claims

- Rob Kardashian is seeking primary custody of his daughter, Dream

- Kardashian filed documents in a Los Angeles court accusing Blac Chyna of negatively influencing their daughter

- Dream's father says his daughter started mimicking sexual positions which she says her mom taught her

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Rob Kardashian has asked a Los Angeles court to grant him primary custody of his daughter, Dream, after accusing the child's mother, Blac Chyna, of influencing their daughter negatively.

Kardashian, who filed documents in the court, said his three-year-old daughter started mimicking sexual positions which she says her mom taught her.

Dream's father also disclosed that Dream has repeated phrases such as "What the f***?" and "B***h".

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Apart from mimicking sexual positions, Rob said Dream also twerked naked. He wants the court to reduce Blac Chyna's time with Dream to weekends with a nanny on hand.

According to Kardashian, a person who used to work with his baby mama said she spends $600 (R8 500) daily on alcohol.

He said his Chyna is usually drunk, and that she has been known in the past to finish a bottle of Hennessy in one sitting.

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Rob and Chyna welcomed Dream on 10 November, 2016, but they broke up in 2017.

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Meanwhile, reality TV star Kim Kardashian visited her ancestral home, Armenia, to be baptised.

The mother of four took her babies with her to Etchmiadzin Cathedral, considered to be the world's oldest cathedral, built in 303 AD.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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