Rob Kardashian has been kicked out of his home — but his own sister! The outcast Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 31, had been living at sister Kylie Jenner’s house since his bitter split from baby mama Blac Chyna, 30, but was told to leave after the makeup mogul sold her mansion. Now, he's shacking up with momager Kris Jenner! Click through 7 photos inside Rob’s former bachelor pad.
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Rob’s disappearance from the public eye has caused a lot of concern lately, as fans fear that he may be up to his old tricks. However, a friend of the Arthur George sock king told Radar there is nothing to worry about. “He is apparently working out a lot and looks really good. He just doesn’t want to be associated with his sisters and their drama right now and is focusing on his daughter Dream,” the pal said.
“Rob and Kris will always have a special bond and she will always take care of him however she needs to,” the source told Radar.
Sister Kylie Jenner, 21, let her troubled brother move into one of her mansions in Hidden Hills, Calif. The six-bedroom, seven- bath 7,040-square-foot home sits on 4.5 acres of land, which was perfect for Rob, who loves his privacy. The home was purchased in 2016 for $6.025 million.
The luxuries of Rob’s bachelor pad included a climate-controlled wine cellar, adjoining living room and dining room with fireplace and huge, double-island kitchen with marble counter tops.
Each of the five guest bedrooms was designed with a private bathroom. Rob’s main-floor man cave included its own fireplace, a private patio, two fitted walk-in closets and a stone-tiled bathroom with steam shower and soaking tub!
However, Kylie recently sold the home for $6.7 million in an off-market deal, leaving Rob to live with momager Kris, 62, at her nearby residence.
Now, Rob is house hunting all over Los Angeles for a new home.
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