Rob Kardashian has deleted the mysterious tweet that he posted on Thursday ahead of Monday’s court date. The reality star had tweeted “7/7/17” along with a shamrock emoji in his return to Twitter following a pretty epic rant about his ex-fiancee, Blac Chyna.
Fans were very curious about the tweet, which was posted shortly after it was announced that Chyna had hired a lawyer and planned to go after Kardashian. He gave no explanation about what the tweet meant — aside from the obvious: It was the date. The tweet is now gone, Kardashian evidently having second thoughts about posting it. Interestingly enough, Kardashian left all of the other tweets about Chyna up.
Now that Chyna has decided to take legal action against her ex-fiance, many are wondering what will happen with the couple’s daughter, Dream. As of now, the two split time with their 7-month-old daughter. Last weekend, the baby was with Kardashian and this weekend, she is with her mom.
Following Chyna’s claims that Kardashian had been violent with her, there are some concerns that he could potentially lose custody of Dream. In addition, if Kardashian’s claims that Chyna has been dealing with drugs and alcohol, she could also be at risk of losing her daughter — and her son, King, 4.
Matrimonial attorney Alyssa Eisner told Fox News that Kardashian’s Instagram (and Twitter) rant and Chyna’s follow-up claims could cause Child Protective Services to get involved.
“These are very serious accusations. If true, yes they risk potentially losing custody; however, a proper investigation would have to take place to determine the validity of the accusations and what, if any, impact the actions have on their child as well as their ability to parent,” Eisner told Fox News.
So far, there has not been any word about an investigation by Child Protective Services, but that’s not to say that it won’t happen.
“If there are issues concerning the health safety and welfare of the child such as drug abuse and violence as has been alleged in this instance, the courts will be more careful to protect the child. Still, the first option is with one of the parents and if necessary, monitored visits or other tools to ensure the child’s safety, such as drug testing,” divorce lawyer Lynda Sheridan told Fox News.
Chyna’s lawyer, Lisa Bloom, released the following statement on Twitter on Friday.