Reality star Rob Kardashian is reportedly having business trouble with his Arthur George sock line, due to which he can not pay child support for his daughter Dream Kardashian.
Rob’s ongoing custody battle with Blac Chyna also had financially implications. As a result, Rob decided to resort his mother, Kris Jenner for help and ended up selling half of the business to the momager.
According to The Blast, Rob revealed in the court documents, “When the business was struggling, my mother infused it with capital to keep it afloat and from her infusion gained a 50% share in the company.”
He continued, “Previously, the line’s success was in large part due to my regular posting and general promotion on social media. Angela’s request for a restraining order against me includes various prohibitions on what I could post online. In order to avoid any potential future issues, I nearly eliminated my social media presence.”
Rob’s case with Chyna has in fact, been so damaging, that he is being forced to sell his home and move in with his mother. The domestic violence restraining order she filed against him last year affected his career and image, and affected his sources of earning.
Rob has also stopped being a part of Keeping up with the Kardashians, due to his restrained relations with Chyna.
“I have not participated in the filming of any episodes since this summer when she filed a request for a restraining order against me. Her request was widely publicized and I was scrutinized by the media.” Rob stated in the declaration.
He also talked about how it has emotionally affected him.
“It has been an extraordinarily difficult time for me emotionally and I have no desire to continue participating in the reality show. I would like to maintain my privacy, try to recover from the emotional damage of the past several months, and explore other business ventures.”
He is trying to bring about some changes into his child support agreement with Chyna due to his financial position, and wants to pay the ex exotic dancer $20,000 a month.
The two are reportedly scheduled to meet with a judge in December.