Rob Kardashian is ready for war in his custody battle with ex Blac Chyna over their daughter Dream and is asking her friends Kristina and Karissa Shannon to testify against her in court.
As The Blast previously reported, Rob is currently trying to strip Chyna of primary custody of their 3-year-old. He accuses her of being a bad mother who abuses drugs and alcohol. In court documents, he claimed Chyna often had strangers over and was constantly drunk.
He asked the court to only allow Chyna supervised visitation with Dream. Chyna denies the allegations and demanded the custody arrangement stay in place.
Sources connected to the situation, Rob has recently been in communication with Chyna’s former best friends Kristina and Karissa Shannon aka The Shannon Twins.
Kristina and Karissa Shannon were extremely close to each other for years. The three were inseparable during Chyna’s pregnancy with Dream. The Shannon Twins were constantly filming with Chyna for her reality show “Rob & Chyna.”
We’re told the Shannon Twins have agreed to testify against Chyna and have quite a bit of information Rob is interested in.
Sources say Kristina and Karissa admit having partied hard with Chyna when they were friends. The Twins no longer use drugs but claim to have information about Chyna’s drug use, which Rob has accused her of in the past.
Sources say Kristina and Karissa are set to tell all about Chyna’s wild partying around her kids. The two believe Dream is better off with Kris Jenner and the Kardashians. They feel the right thing to do is tell the truth and make sure Dream is safe.
Sources tell The Blast, Rob is putting his lawyer in contact with Kristina and Karissa to lock down their testimony.
In the custody battle, Rob’s sister, Khloe Kardashian, filed a declaration backing up her brother’s allegations. She alleged Dream often came back from Chyna’s home acting “aggressive.”
Rob Kardashian recently scored a $45,000 victory in a separate legal battle involving Chyna. The two are still battling it out in dueling lawsuits against the other which are both active.
[via The Blast]