Reality star Blac Chyna sat down for her first TV interview since ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian posted explicit photos of her on Instagram.
On “Good Morning America,” Chyna shared, "I was devastated, of course. I’m like, ‘How could somebody, like, post these pictures of me?’ This is a person that I trusted. I just felt betrayed.”
Chyna, who has since blocked Kardashian on Instagram, emphasized, “He doesn’t respect me. So, if you can’t respect me you have to respect the law.”
As for why she sent Rob a video of herself in bed with another man, Chyna explained, "I've been broken up with Rob since December and it's like, if somebody keeps pokin' at you and pokin' at you and pokin' at you, and keep pokin' at you, you're eventually, you're gonna pop. And so I was just like, 'Maybe if I send this video to him, then he'll just leave me alone.'"
During the interview, Chyna was joined by lawyer Lisa Bloom, who commented on Kardashian’s decision to post the nude photos without Chyna’s consent. Bloom said, "Here in California, it's a crime, it's a civil wrong. It's also domestic abuse, which allows us to go in immediately and get domestic violence restraining orders to protect Chyna… It is a crime to post pictures like this," Bloom said, “and if you do it, I hope that the full impact of the law rains down on you."
Bloom also revealed that Chyna is filing a restraining order against Kardashian, which will prevent him from posting any personal information or intimate photos of her in the future. TMZ reports that Kardashian will not contest the restraining order with his lawyer Robert Shapiro telling the site that his social media rant was "a spontaneous reaction that he regrets.” Shapiro added, "Rob's only concern is for the well-being of baby Dream.”