Blac Chyna hires Gloria Allred’s daughter Lisa Bloom, filing restraining orders against Rob Kardashian

Blac Chyna hires lawyer Lisa Bloom, daughter of Gloria Allred

It appears as though the epic and very public falling out between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna will continue to be exactly that — epic and very public — as Blac Chyna has hired feminist attorney Lisa Bloom to represent her. You may not recognize Lisa Bloom’s name (yet), but you may know her mother, famed civil rights attorney Gloria Allred.

Lisa Bloom got right to work for her newest client, and of course went directly to social media to let EVERYONE know what’s up. “I represent Blac Chyna,” Lisa tweeted. “I just gave Rob Kardashian notice that we’ll be in court Monday seeking restraining orders against him. More to come.”

After her tweet, the publicity savvy Lisa punched TMZ on her speed dial. From the site:

Bloom tells TMZ, Chyna and Rob have been broken up for months, and he’s doing what many guys have done to their exes after they break up … humiliate them online, and slut shame them.

As we reported, Bloom will be in court Monday to get a domestic violence restraining order against Rob.

Bloom says Rob is a cyberbully who has posted intimate pics of Chyna, sensitive medical information and viciously attacked her online.

Bloom says she took the case not only to help Chyna but to send a message to as many people as possible … the most common form of harassment and bullying against women these days happens online, and it has to be stopped.

Lisa has been very outspoken in condemning Rob’s actions over the last week — which included posting nude photos of Blac Chyna online. Here are some of Lisa’s tweets in which she references the recent victories she had with her client Mischa Barton, who was the victim of revenge p0rn:

Attorney Lisa Bloom Blac Chyna tweets
Lawyer Lisa Bloom Rob Kardashian tweets

I’m guessing that Rob vs. Blac is not going away any time soon. You might as well set aside an awful lot of real estate in your Facebook news timeline for updates over the next few months.



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