Chyna also comes on to say that her being a stripper in the past is irrelevant. “Just because of something that I used to do, I shouldn’t be bullied to say, ‘OK, well, you used to do this, so you deserve that,'” she said of the three pictures Rob shared. In California, revenge porn is a misdemeanor, punishable by a $1,000 fine or up to six months in jail.
On Monday, after the interview was taped, Chyna was granted a temporary domestic-violence restraining order against Rob; another court date has been set for August. In court documents she claimed Rob “punched” her and made multiple suicide threats over the past few months. Chyna said he “threatened to kill himself multiple times in text messages since we broke up in December 2016, trying to manipulate me to respond to his outbursts.”
Chyna added, “I take his threats seriously because he showed me his gun at his house.”
“I have been telling Rob to get help and go to therapy since June 2016. To my knowledge, Rob has not seen a licensed therapist,” she said. “I am in fear of this angry, volatile, vindictive man, who has physically attacked me and tried to humiliate me so publicly. I am embarrassed by his posts. I ask for orders of protection so that I can live my life in peace and free of fear of him.”