“He’s constantly holding his hand out and everyone – even his grandma – has had enough,” an insider told Radar. “They wouldn’t mind if he showed some ambition, but this is a guy who’s locked in a serious depression and work’s the last thing on his mind.
As Radar has reported, since essentially disappearing from his famous family’s reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Rob has fallen more than $300,000 in debt. He’s also in danger of losing his prized Arthur George sock line.
Because of his “dire” financial situation, Rob, 31, is asking a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to amend the $20,000 monthly child support he pays Chyna for 50/50 custody of their 2-year-old daughter Dream.
But Rob’s visit to the poor house hasn’t curbed his wild spending habits, only digging himself into a deeper financial hole.
“Rob’s still blowing a small fortune on gadgets, bills for luxury items he can’t afford and partying at home, of course,” the insider confessed. “He won’t listen to anyone in the family, even Khloe, who used to be his de facto therapist.”
In a February 2018 affidavit, Rob said the stress from the lawsuits and other drama with Chyna has caused him to stop filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which was his main livelihood and brought him $1 million each year.
“He hasn’t paid rent in years,” the source said. “And that’s something else that grates on his relatives nerves.”
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