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More money, more problems. You hear that time and time again regarding rich celebrities. But perhaps that's because there's a little bit of truth to that saying.
It's a Hard Knock Life for This Kardashian
In this week's Kar-Jen news, Rob Kardashian is claiming he's broke, and not only wants to eliminate his child support payments to Blac Chyna, but he also wants to discuss Black Chyna paying him support.
Currently Rob must pay Blac Chyna $20,000 per month, based on the $1 million per season he was formerly making on Keeping Up with the Kardashians (KUWTK). But poor Rob. Ever since the domestic violence restraining order Blac Chyna filed against Rob last year, he's been having a hard time earning a living. Even his own family thinks it would be damaging to ratings to have him on KUWTK, and he only receives $50,000 per episode when he does. Ah, no one loves you like family!
Is She a Gold Digger?
According to Kardashian, Chyna's career has skyrocketed from all the bad publicity concerning their relationship while his has sank. He claims she is now worth $1.4 million and earns $60,000 per month. Conversely, Kardashian claims his monthly revenue has fallen from $100,000 to $10,000. Therefore he wants to modify his payments with Blac Chyna so that she gives him $2,864 per month is child support for his 50/50 custody share of their child Dream.
Blac Chyna wants no part of this modification. "We believe Rob Kardashian has deliberately retreated from social media to reduce his income so that he can pay less child support," states her legal team. "Poor little rich boy. What kind of father doesn't want to support his own baby?"
If all this makes you think you'd like to modify terms in your support decree, contact a local divorce attorney. Many things change after divorces become final, and not just for the Kardashians. If you think you are entitled to a modification, contact a divorce attorney today.
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