Danielle Bregoli has joined the Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna feud, lashing out at both. That included telling Chyna that she needs to “knock off that sh*t.”
Kardashian and Chyna are currently in a battle following cheating accusations of the former. The 30-year-old recently posted sexually explicit images of the model on Instagram, accusing the 29-year-old mother of his child of infidelity.
Bregoli calls out Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna
Receiving criticism from a 14-year-old may hardly matter for most adults. That is unless it is from “Cash Me Outside” girl Danielle Bregoli who shamed both Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna for their current ugly battle.
Bregoli told Chyna to stop lying, short and directly to the point in an exclusive interview with Hollywoodlife.com. As for Kardashian, the “Cash Me Outside” star seemed to understand where he was coming from, though the tirade is now being branded a form of cyberbullying.
Bregoli also took a swipe at Kardashian, calling him a “b*tch” in a YouTube video which can be viewed below. She went on to deliver hurtful messages, an emotional reaction to the mess that Rob finds himself in.
“She looks like she just played your ass. Honestly Rob, I don’t think she is with you cause you are cute. From what you look like, I would guess that you are not the best bed partner.”
Will Cyberbullying case hold up?
There is no telling what is currently going on in the mind of Rob Kardashian. Those posted Instagram images were disturbing but Blac Chyna is obviously not backing down. In fact, well-known celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom has stepped in, calling his posts “revenge porn” and illegal, the LA Times reported.
“Cyberbullying your ex is harassment. Chyna ended your relationship months ago, and she has the right to live as she chooses, work as she chooses, dress as she chooses, date who she chooses and be intimate with who she chooses.”
Bloom and co-counsel Walter Mosley are set to appear in a downtown courtroom on Monday to file a restraining order against Kardashian. An official copy of the order is likely to be made available later on that day.
Until that comes out, the Los Angeles County sheriff cannot do any kind of investigation. If the restraining order is granted, the earliest time where the row can be looked into may be Tuesday of the coming week.