Rob Kardashian is keeping his daughter Dream away from the cameras — at least those controlled by Blac Chyna & co.
Rob’s lawyer, legal pit bull Marty Singer, fired off a threatening letter to Chyna, telling her their daughter, 2-year-old Dream, CANNOT appear on her show, “The Real Blac Chyna,” without Rob’s consent, and he will NOT give consent.
As we reported, Rob and Chyna share 50/50 joint custody, and Singer says there’s no way Dream’s mother can turn a TV camera on Dream without Rob being on board.
According to the letter, Chyna sent Rob an appearance release for Dream to appear on the series, and he’s not gonna sign.
We’re told Rob has several reasons for withholding consent. He’s seen all the drama with Chyna … most recently, getting into a crazy fight with her former hairdresser while Dream was in the house and an explosive fight with her mom. We’re told Rob feels her life is way too tumultuous and a reality show would just exacerbate the situation.
Beyond that, Rob’s had his own experience with reality shows, and for the most part, the experience wasn’t good. He doesn’t want his daughter subjected to the long hours, the lights and the drama.
The letter ends with a threat to the network that’s airing the show … “Should The Zeus Network proceed with releasing any episodes of the Series or related materials containing Dream’s likeness, it will be acting at its own peril and exposing itself to significant liability.”
Dream doesn’t really appear on ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ either.