"Meaningful Liability": Rob Kardashian requests that his 2-year-old daughter not be allowed into the new mom reality TV show
A member of the last generation of the Kardashian clan will not enter the most notable branch of the family – at least if Father Rob Kardashian succeeds.
According to TMZ, he reportedly sent a letter to lawyer Marty Singer asking his ex, known as Blac Chyna, not to include their 2-year-old daughter, Dream, in his new reality TV series.
He clearly explained in his letter that he was not giving his consent to the girl for her to appear in "The Real Blac Chyna", as her mother would have apparently hoped.
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Both parents would have joint custody and Kardashian's lawyer said Dream could not be allowed to appear in front of a camera without his father's permission.
"If Zeus Network publishes any episode of the series or any associated material containing the image of Dream, it would act at its own risk and expose itself to a significant responsibility," says the letter, page 6.
The reports indicate that Kardashian wants to protect his daughter not only from the volatility at home, but also the chaos of a life in front of reality cameras.
Sources said that he was not enjoying his time within his family's reality show empire and hoped to save Dream's exhausting schedule, at least for now.
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