Rob Kardashian Accused Of Dropping N-Word In Threatening Texts With Blac Chyna’s Friend
Rob Kardashian is attempting to block bombshell text messages he allegedly sent Blac Chyna’s former friend from being talked about in court — to prevent the jury from hearing accusations he freely used homophobic slurs and the N-word.
RadarOnline.com has obtained the shocking text messages that Chyna’s former friend Pilot Jones aka Justin Jones claims Rob sent him in 2016.
Jones is suing the former couple claiming they ruined his life by leaking his private information online. He claims they targeted him after a photo of him kissing Chyna was posted on RadarOnline.com.
The lawsuit brought by Jones is still pending but there has been no real movement in the case for some time. Rob is headed to trial with Chyna in a separate lawsuit he brought against his baby mama.
He accuses Chyna of assaulting him at Kylie Jenner’s home in December 2016. Rob says she tried to strangle him with an iPhone cord and struck him with a 6 ft. metal pole. Chyna says this never happened and claims she was only trying to retrieve her phone that he stole.
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The trial is scheduled for later this month. Rob is currently trying to block the messages from being talked about in court claiming they aren’t relevant.
Chyna is arguing for the texts to be introduced. She plans to testify about how Rob had used her phone to send the threatening messages.
Her defense is she was trying to retrieve the phone on the night in question because she feared what he could post — because LAPD had previously launched an investigation over the texts to Jones.
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In the texts allegedly sent by Kardashian, an angry Rob started off the message with a homophobic slur to Jones.
“And u fa—ot a-s bi—h this is Rob and u [sic] did the most DISRESPECTFUL sh-t ever by releasing pics and a story to a pregnant woman who is 17 days from having a baby,” one alleged message read.
“This is my wife and you about to get your ass beat by every Mexican in LA including me. I promise u [sic] that. U [sic} fu—ed with the wrong woman and the wrong dude. This ain’t a game to us.”
He added, “I will find out where u [sic] are. And u [sic] corny as fu—k.”
“U [sic] DISRESPECTED MY WOMAN PERIOD. AINT NOTHING U [sic] CAN SAY OR DO TO CHANGE THAT. MY WIFE. Ain’t going back now. It’s a wrap.”
Another message read, “Like I said us Mexicans don’t play and u [sic] got my wife hot and she 17 days from having a baby and got my baby jumping around. What can [sic] of wack a-s ni—a are u!”
He then continued to use the N-word throughout the message. “I’m gonna have every one of my families report what me and Chyna are gonna [sic] post and blast u [sic] so that your career is a wrap.”
Rob added, “and everyone knows what type of fake a-s ni—a you are and I’m gonna beat you’re a-s for causing stress to my baby.”
“It’s a wrap for u [sic] and after we beat you’re a-s we will all be good and never contact Chyna again u pussy a-s ni—a,” he ended.
A judge has yet to rule if the texts can be used as evidence in the assault battle.