Rob Kardashian is in financial trouble. And has had to sell half of his sock company Arthur George to his mother, Kris Jenner. That leaves the only son from the Kardashian/Jenner clan in court documents.
The 31-year-old filed the papers to revive his request to revise the alimentation scheme with Blac Chyna (the mother of his two-year daughter Dream). He wants to show that he now earns a lot less than his ex. And should therefore receive maintenance instead of paying.
According to Rob, his socks business nearly collapsed to the social media restrictions that were imposed on him after a charge by Chyna. She took on a lawyer after he had shared nude photos of her on Twitter. Like his famous sisters Kim, Khloé and Kylie, Rob used social media to praise his merchandise.
In the documents held by The Blast, Rob and Kris both know that the ‘momager’ has helped her son by giving the company a hefty financial injection and setting up a new distribution centre. For that she got fifty percent of the company.
Rob’s income would have fallen from 100,000 dollars a month to 10,000, since the maintenance was fixed. Chyna, however, earns about $60,000 per month according to his lawyers. Since the two share the custody of Dream, she would have to pay him $3,000 per month according to his legal team’s calculations.