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Rob Kardashian Claims He's $300,000 In Debt — And Blames Baby Mama Blac Chyna!

Nov. 14 2018, Updated 2:42 p.m. ET

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Rob Kardashian is living with his mother Kris Jenner, and and blames his ex Angela "Blac Chyna" White for sending him into financial ruin — even after the meddling momager allegedly saved his failing Arthur George sock line, according to shocking court documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com.

In a February 2018 court declaration, Rob said since he has been MIA from the famous family's reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, is in a $300,000 financial hole, and was even on the verge of losing his business.

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Because of his "dire" financial situation, Rob is asking a Los Angeles Superior Court judge to amend the $20,000 monthly child support he pays Chyna for 50/50 custody of their nearly 2-year-old daughter Dream.

The former couple have been embroiled in a nasty court battle after Rob released naked pictures of Chyna, and several of their explicit text correspondences, which prompted Chyna to file a restraining order against him. Rob filed a lawsuit and claimed Chyna battered him, while the model fired back with her own suit and alleged Rob, his sisters and Kris intentionally attacked her character and maneuvered to push the show Rob & Chyna off the air.

In the February 2018 affidavit, Rob said the stress from the lawsuits and other drama with Chyna has caused him to stop filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which was his main livelihood and brought him $1 million each year. Since he stopped filming, Rob and his attorney, Samantha Klein, said the 31-year old only gets $50,000 if he appears on the show.

"For the last several years, I participated in less than 50 percent of the episodes," Rob said in the February affidavit. "I have not participated in the filming of any episodes since this summer when Angela filed a request for a restraining order against me. Her request was widely publicized and I was intensely scrutinized by the media. ... It has been an extraordinary difficult time for me emotionally and I have no desire to continue participating in a reality show. I would like to maintain my privacy, try to recover from the emotional damage of the past several months, and explore other ventures."

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Rob also placed the failure of his sock line on his ex, and alleged in the affidavit that, "Angela's request for a restraining order against me included various prohibitions on what I could post online. In order to avoid any potential future issues, I nearly eliminated my social media presence." Rob claimed the success of Arthur George was mostly driven by his various social media posts.

Chyna's attorney, Lisa Bloom, slammed Rob and told Radar exclusively that his "poor little rich boy" excuses shows Rob is only trying to avoid paying her client the $20,000 monthly child support he initially agreed to.

"What kind of father doesn't want to support his own baby," said the powerhouse attorney, adding Rob and Kris also have been "dodging" their depositions.

In her declaration, however, Kris said she has stepped in to help manage Arthur George over the years and "infused the business with capital, purchased goods and set up distribution and fulfillment centers, among other tasks." In exchange for helping her son save his failing business, Kris acquired 50 percent of the company, according to the affidavit.

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Kris added since Rob no longer regularly appears on the family's reality TV show, he is also not entitled to bonuses, merchandising fees from the network or backend compensation from prior seasons.

Rob said since he signed the October 2017 child support, his monthly earnings have steadily decreased by about $90,000 per month, leaving him with "minimal cash flow and no savings." Rob is also requesting a judge to lower his support payments since he believes Chyna is now making more money than he is through her various paid public appearances and product endorsements.

"I love our daughter and will absolutely continue to support her, both financially and as an active, involved parent," Rob said. "I am seeking the Court to modify our child support orders so that both Angela and I are sharing our daughter's expenses in a manner consistent with our actual incomes."

Radar first reported in September that Rob was living with Kris after sister Kylie booted him from her former home.

The momager is "worried sick about him," a source told Radar earlier this fall. "She moved him into her place because she really needs to have a watchful eye over him."

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