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Rob Kardashian Admits He Likes To Be Scratched Sexually In Blac Chyna Deposition

Rob Kardashian Reveals He Likes To Be Scratched Sexually In Blac Chyna Deposition
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Jan. 17 2019, Updated 3:00 p.m. ET

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Scratch one up for Blac Chyna!

The model is fighting back against accusations of abuse from ex Rob Kardashian by claiming he likes it rough!

According documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Chyna challenged Kardashian’s claim that she physically abused him in 2016, and therefore should not have to pay him over $500,000 in damages for emotional and physical injuries, as well as loss of property.

To make her point, Chyna included a transcript from a recent deposition in which Kardashian, 31, admitted he may not have exactly minded when she ripped off his shirt.

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“Being scratched by a female is one of the best things a man could ask for,” he testified in court docs first exclusively obtained by The Blast.

The bickering exes, parents to 2-year-old daughter Dream, allegedly got into the physical altercation in December 2016 in Kylie Jenner's home.

In September 2017, Rob and Kylie sued Chyna for battery, assault and vandalism, stemming from the fight. But in the deposition, while Rob admitted the scratch didn’t necessarily “feel good,” he didn’t think it was a case of her being violent.

“It didn’t really occur to me that it was going to be, go into, you know, guns and strangling … I thought she was just being drunk, and you know, trying to be funny,” he said under oath.

Chyna argues she should not have to pay that much for the fight. She instead is willing to hand over $5,000 — $250 of which would be for the ripped shirt.

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