Rob Kardashian: "Chyna, I'm Taking You To Court"
Rob Kardashian is reportedly set to take legal action to restrict Blac Chyna's behaviour around their daughter after she was involved in a fracas at an amusement park.
The reality TV star visited the Six Flags Magic Mountain park near Los Angeles with her son King Cairo, five, and her and Rob's daughter Dream, 16 months, as well as her teenage boyfriend YBN Almighty Jay on Sunday.
During her trip, the 29-year-old was filmed brandishing a pink and purple children's push-along car stroller, which she was preparing to strike someone with. The footage, showed her boyfriend, 18, and a security guard intervening and stop her.
According to TMZ.com, Rob is so angry at his ex-fiancee's behaviour that he will file legal documents demanding a family court hearing to determine a clear set of rules stipulating what she can and cannot do when Dream is present.
He is also reportedly concerned about the men she is bringing into Dream's life, including her latest beau YBN Almighty Jay, real name Jay Bradley, and wants an order stating neither he nor his ex can introduce Dream to a new partner until they have dated for at least six months.
A second video filmed at the Six Flags park shows Chyna pacing back and forth while her team are standing between her and the other person as she goes to start a fight again, grabbing the stroller and running with it at the person.
After the footage appeared online, Chyna took to social media to explain that someone had tried to touch one of her children.
"Being famous is hard enough dealing with scrutiny but when someone feels comfortable to come and touch your child it's a whole other story," she wrote in a note on Instagram Stories. "I do not condone violence nor am I a violent person but shout out to all of the amazing mothers out there that will protect their children at all cost. Love, King and Dreams mommy."
It is not clear where her children were during the altercation as they do not appear in the videos.
Rob is also reportedly planning to challenge his $20,000 per month (Dhs73,450) child support payments, as his earning power has diminished since he was banned from Instagram last year for posting explicit images of Chyna. The couple split in December 2016.