Soeaking witrh ABC News, the reality TV star, claimed her baby daddy, Rob Kardashian was abusive to her in April of this year and that neither he or any member of his family has reached out to her in the wake of last week’s incident.
Blac Chyna and her lawyer Lisa Bloom also revealed that they plan to go after Kardashian with the full extent of the law and are seeking a restraining order as they pursue revenge porn charges against the millionaire reality star.
On claims she used rob for the fame, Blac Chyna responded: ‘I was already Blac Chyna before the Kardashians.’
The pair began dating in early 2016, with Chyna giving birth to daughter Dream late last year.
They split this past December.
Blac Chyna said at the start of the interview that she felt ‘betrayed’ by her ex’s actions last week, suggesting that she was in disbelief that someone who was once so close to her could do something so horrific.
‘I was devastated, of course,’ said Blac Chyna.
‘I’m like, how could somebody post these pictures of me? And this is a person that I trusted.’
She was also asked about claims that she liked some of the photos Kardashian posted of her on Instagram, and responded by saying that she has her ex blocked on the social media platform and would not even be able to perform that action.
There was also the question of why she sent a video of herself kissing another man to her ex, which Kardashian said during his tirade had motivated his actions.
‘You know, I’ve been broken up with Rob since December, and it’s like if somebody keeps poking at you and poking at you and poking at you and keep poking at you, you’re eventually going to pop,’ said Blac Chyna.
‘And so I was just like maybe if I send this video to him, then he’ll just leave me alone.’
ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis at one point asked Blac Chyna where she ‘drew the line,’ suggesting that Kardashian’s posting of nude images was somehow justified because she herself has posted ‘semi-nude pictures’ online.
‘I’m going to draw the line of I am Angela White. I’m Blac Chyna,’ she responded.
‘I can do whatever I want. It’s my body.’
Bloom also shot back at the question, telling Davis: ‘Any explicit photos that she may have chosen to post in the past, that’s her choice. This is like saying a woman can’t be raped if she previously chose to have sex with someone.’
She then stated: ‘It’s her body. It’s her choice. Each and every time.’