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Blac Chyna is 'Devastated' Over Rob Kardashian's Instagram Rampage: 'This is a Person That I Trusted'

Last week, Rob Kardashian went on an explosive rant on Instagram and twitter, dragging his former fiancee and babymama Blac Chyna for cheating on him with other men in the home he's paying for, using him for his money and famous name made popular by his sisters.

Blac Chyna and her lawyer, Lisa Bloom, have now spoken out in an exclusive interview with Good Morning America today, as they head to court for a temporary restraining order hearing against Rob, whom she shares an 8-month-old daughter Dream with.

Chyna's lawyer made it clear that she will be pursing revenge porn charges against Rob. Chyna also claims that none of the Kardashian family have reached out to her and she was devastated when Rob leaked her nude photos.

"I was devastated, of course. I'm like, how could somebody post these pictures of me? Like wow. And this is a person that I trusted. I felt betrayed."

When asked about claims that she liked some of the nude photos Rob posted of her on Instagram, Chyna responded by saying that she has her ex blocked on the social media platform and would not even be able to perform that action.

Chyna insisted during the interview that Rob doesn't respect her, but will now have to respect the law. On the allegation that her getting together with him was revenge against this family, Chyna said: " 

Nobody was out to make a baby out of spite. No. That's not even my character, I see all the things on the internet but I don't address it because I'm a bigger person. I was already Blac Chyna before the Kardashians."

On why she sent Rob a video of herself kissing another man, Chyna said: "You know I have been broken up with Rob since December and if somebody keeps poking at you, you are eventually going to pop and I was just like maybe if i sent the video, he will leave me alone."

Chyna's lawyer Bloom said during the interview that it was time for women put in situations similar to her clients to stop being treated as if they were the ones who had done something wrong. 'I'm not asking victims to change their behavior. I'm asking perpetrators not to commit crimes. 'It is a crime to post pictures like this and if you do it, I hope that the full impact of the law rains done upon you.'

Blac Chyna also had a message for all women. She said: "You are not the only one going through something and I feel like if someone speaks up, maybe it will be a dominal effect." She also revealed that she wants joint custody of  their daughter Dream."

Watch the video after the cut...


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