The seemingly never-ending lawsuit between Blac Chyna and her ex, Rob Kardashian, just intensified even further as the former stripper is now alleging that the reality star is a suicidal "abuser intent on destroying her."
According to Bossip, Chyna has amended her lawsuit complaint against Rob and his famous family with claims that, after she left him and the home they once shared back in December 2016, he threatened to end his life "at least a half-dozen times."
The report also includes alleged ridiculous reasons he would cite for reportedly trying to commit suicide at her expense.
"He once said he'd kill himself after she failed to thank him via social media for a Ferrari he'd leased for her and even texted her a picture of him grabbing a handful of pills in a bid to have her contact him," the site specified, citing her court papers.
She also detailed a text exchange they had where he allegedly tried to guilt her into getting his way.
"Do u realize u treat me like complete s**t and I still would do anything for u?" Chyna claimed he texted her. "What is your problem. I am literally on the verge of killing myself and u couldn't care less...Is that what it's going to take?"
In another disturbing message, he threatened to kill himself again, allegedly writing, "Trust me, I'm about to be gone from life. U won't have to worry about hearing from me again. On Dream's life."
She claims she tried to respond as little as possible when he would send these messages.
Furthermore, Chyna claims Rob was intending on severely harming her to the point of death and is suing him for assault, battery, domestic violence, distributing sexually explicit materials and several other abuse-related charges.
She claims that, in addition to his infamous Internet rant about her following their split, Rob knocked her to the floor in front of her then 4-year-old son, King Cairo. She added that, after the incident, she was experiencing pain and had difficulty walking.
Elsewhere in the suit, she also made some bold accusations about Rob's sisters and his mother in relation to their failed reality series, Rob & Chyna.
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