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Broke Rob Forced To Return Jewelry & Car To Help Pay Ex Chyna's Legal Fees

Rob Kardashian Forced Return Jewelry Pay Ex Blac Chyna Legal Fees
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Jan. 4 2019, Updated 9:53 a.m. ET

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Rob Kardashian was forced to return jewelry and a Range Rover to help pay for ex Blac Chyna's mounting legal fees — for cases the model filed against him, has learned exclusively.

After the former couple signed an October 2017 judgement regarding custody and child support for their toddler daughter, Dream, the 31-year-old dad was ordered to pay $25,000 of his baby mama's legal fees. He was also ordered to return other items to help pay her bills.

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According to the agreement: "Within five days of execution of this Stipulated Judgement, Respondent Rob shall pay Petitioner Chyna $25,000, return any jewelry gifted by Petitioner to Respondent for R's use, and transfer to Petitioner his 2016 Range Rover supercharged (long wheel base) with 9,237 miles ..., as a contribution toward Petitioner's attorney's fees and costs incurred in conjunction with this action."

As readers know, Kardashian posted various text messages between him and his ex, including naked pictures of Chyna, prompting the model to file a restraining order.

As part of the October 2017 judgement, however, Chyna agreed to drop the restraining order claim.

Both sides agreed to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement as well as a "stay away" order where they promised to refrain from stalking, harassing and threatening one another in person and online.

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Kardashian also agreed to pay $20,000 a month for child support, and a nanny for Dream.

He also had to pay for other jewelry, according to the agreement:

"As further contribution to said legal fees and costs, Petitioner Chyna shall be entitled to retain all jewelry formerly gifted to her by Respondent Rob and currently in her possession, including, but not limited to, the three bracelets which have not yet been paid for. Respondent shall pay for said three bracelets and for any repairs to jewelry formerly gifted to Petitioner by Respondent and returned to the jeweler with damages. Petitioner and Respondent shall each be responsible for any and all additional attorney's fees and costs he to she respectively incurs in conjunction with this action."

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Meanwhile, the legal battle between the former reality star couple is far from over, with Kardashian recently asking the court to lower his monthly $20K child support payments.

He claims he is no longer makes $1 million for his appearances on the popular Keeping Up With the Kardashians show.

While he moved back into mom Kris Jenner's home, Kardashian still expects a financial shortfall since he claims he owes more than $200,000 in taxes.

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Meanwhile, Jenner has stood by her son, and told the judge that she even helped manage his failing sock line, Arthur George, of which she now owns 50 percent.

While Kardashian agreed to hand over jewelry to help pay for Chyna's legal fees, exclusively learned he continued his wild spending spree, including $162K on clothes!

According to financial reports he submitted in February 2018 to recalculate child support, Kardashian said he expects to make $0 per month, while his self-employed income is $7,000 per month.

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Meanwhile, he said Chyna is poised to make $40,059 per month with her various business ventures. According to the numbers he submitted to the court, Chyna should be paying her baby daddy $2,864 per month in child support!

While a Los Angeles judge agreed to temporarily suspend his $20K per month child support payments to allow both sides to turn in more financial documents, Chyna's high-powered attorney, Lisa Bloom, said Kardashian continues to blame his ex for standing up for herself.

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"It's sad that Rob blames Chyna for going to court to stand up against revenge porn — which the judge found was an act of domestic abuse against her," Bloom told exclusively. "Victim blaming is alive and well."

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