Blac Chyna is launching an all-out war on her baby daddy Rob Kardashian, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The 28-year-old video vixen has told pals she's got enough dirt on the 30-year-old reality star to send him off to the loony bin — or maybe even jail!
"She has evidence of him partying around their baby, Dream, calling her names and grappling her when they've gotten into fights," a family insider told Radar. "Chyna's got the proof!"
And if Kardashian wants to keep her quiet, the source says it'll cost $50 million.
As Radar reported, Kardashian and Chyna split just one month after the birth of their baby girl, Dream.
Now, after their split, the insider warned Chyna is ready to spill the dirt on Kardashian affairs, surgery secrets, lies and fake story lines that could ruin the family's brand.
"She doesn't think Rob can ever get his s**t together," a source said of Chyna's threats. "She has told him he cannot be alone with the baby. She doesn't trust him."
Radar readers know that since the breakup, Kardashian hasn't been doing very well.
"Rob is a total mess right now," a source close to the reality star previously told Radar exclusively. "He is not dieting or exercising. He has even started drinking and smoking pot again."
All this comes as the two gear up for what promises to be a nasty custody battle.
"Of course she's going to go for full custody," an insider said about their baby. "Dream is her child and she wants to have her all of the time. She can have supervised visits with Rob but Chyna is the main parent."
But the source added that doesn't sit well with mama Kardashian, who is ready for a high-priced showdown!
"Kris thinks that the fact that Blac wants to go after full custody of Dream is just hilarious. She would obviously never allow that to happen. Kris's lawyers are way too powerful!"
Whose side are you on? And is Chyna within her rights to bash Rob? Weigh in in our comments section.
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