His request is broken down as $5,000 for property damage; $62,852 in security costs; $100,000 for pain, suffering, and inconvenience; $100,000 for emotional distress and $500,000 in punitive damages.
Rob is currently suing his ex over an incident that allegedly went down on December 14, 2016. The two were living at Kylie Jenner’s home when they got into a massive blowout.
He claims Chyna tried to choke him with an iPhone cord during the fight and struck him in the face with a 6-foot metal pole.
His suit read, "Chyna lunged towards Rob with an iPhone charging cable and attempted to strangle Rob with the cord around his neck." He claims he was able to get away from her, but she "chased" after him and "repeatedly struck him in the head and face."
She denies all claims of abuse and says her actions were done in self-defense. Chyna claims she obtained unaired footage from their reality show which proves Rob wasn't injured. She says the video shot by producers days after the alleged injuries show Rob without visible injuries.
Chyna also claims during interviews with The Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, Rob never once mentioned that she had abused him or was violent. She says the report should be enough evidence to prove her ex made up his claims of abuse.
She believes he decided to concoct the allegations in response to her filing a separate civil lawsuit against Rob and his family. The model accuses the Kardashians of conspiring together to have her show Rob & Chyna cancelled by E! executives.
The family has denied all claims brought by Rob's ex but the judge has refused to dismiss the case despite their protests. Both cases are ongoing.