Rob Kardashian refuses to have his daughter Dream filmed in Blac Chyna's new reality show.
According to TMZ, Rob Kardashian's lawyer, Marty Singer, allegedly sent a letter to Blac Chyna, claiming that their two-year-old daughter could not participate in the "The Real Blac Chyna" series without Rob's consent. The letter says that Blac Chyna sent Rob a subpoena for Dream to be part of the series, but he refuses to sign it.
"Please note that the Zeus Network does not have the consent of Mr. Kardashian for the participation or release of Dream in the series or any related marketing or promotional material."
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In addition, TMZ added that Rob had several reasons for not giving his consent since Blac Chyna had quarreled with his former hairdresser and his mother, Tokyo Toni.
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He also does not want Dream to experience the lifestyle of reality TV because of his personal experiences. The letter indicates that there will be lawsuits if Blac Chyna or the Zeus network use Dream's image in the show.
"If the Zeus Network published any episode of the series or any associated material containing Dream's image, it would act at its own risk and would expose it to significant liability."
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