On part one of Keeping up with the Kardashians action packed season 14 finale, Kylie Jenner freaked out to momager Kris Jenner over her shocking pregnancy "situation." Meanwhile, brother Rob Kardashian continued his nasty custody battle with ex Blac Chyna!
The drama exploded when Kylie, 20 – who, as fans know has been very private about her pregnancy with baby-daddy Travis Scott – called Kris, 62, in a panic to tell her that one of her new employees was trying to photograph her!
Instead of brushing the phone call off since it occurred while she was doing an interview, Kris – who spent nearly the entire episode dressed as a mime – dropped everything and headed to her panic-stricken https://radaronline.com/photos/travis-scott-ditches-pregnant-kylie-jenner-party-miami/ daughter's side.
"Should we have her arrested? Is this a case for the FBI?" Kris asked, later revealing, "You want to trust the people you're surrounded by but we have to be on alert all the time."
Meanwhile, Kylie's estranged brother Rob, 30, made a rare appearance to deal with his ongoing legal battle with baby-momma Blac Chyna, 29.
Instead of siding with Kim, 37, Khloe Kardashian – who is currently pregnant with her first child from NBA star Tristan Thompson – took Rob's side and added, "He's made out to be this bad guy when she's clearly taunting him!"
The fiasco didn't last long, as Kris told Khloe, 33, later in the episode that the legal negotiations that arose as a result of Rob's lapse of judgment had "come to an end."
"We're done with this thing," Kris told Khloe, adding that Chyna agreed to "sign the family law agreement" and that the whole drama was over custody of baby Dream!
As Radar previously reported, Rob and Blac Chyna's nasty custody battle was extinguished after the former stripper was reportedly paid off by the Kardashian clan.
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