Rob and Khloe Kardashian make shocking claims about Blac Chyna in court docs: report

Rob Kardashian has reportedly filed for primary custody of his daughter, Dream, making shocking allegations about the parenting of Dream's mother and his ex, Blac Chyna.

The younger brother of Kourtney, Kim and Khloe wants Chyna's time with their daughter reduced to just weekend days and with supervision by a nanny, according to court documents obtained by TMZ. The outlet reports that Rob has noticed newly concerning behavior in Dream that he insists she learned from her mother.

The 32-year-old father reportedly claimed in court docs that his 3-year-old daughter has started "naked twerking, and acting out sexual positions that she said her mom taught her" in addition to using curse words like "b***h" and "what the f**k?" that she picked up from her reality star mother. On one occasion, Dream allegedly got physical with a classmate at a gymnastics program at the end of 2019.

In addition, Rob said that his daughter often comes back from Chyna's house looking unkempt with dirty teeth and nails.

The behavioral changes were reportedly backed up by Rob's sister, Khloe Kardashian, who added that Dream is "more in defense mode" and "decidedly more aggressive" during playdates with her famous cousins after having spent time with Chyna. According to TMZ, Khloe also claimed that Dream has told her that she doesn't want to go back to her mom's house.

In addition to the claims about Chyna's affect on Dream's behavior, Rob made claims about his ex-fiancée's reportedly reckless behavior while her daughter is at her house, including partying, excessive drinking and drug use, in addition to throwing objects and chasing people with knives.

Rob is asking for Chyna to submit to drug and alcohol tests 30 minutes prior to spending time with Dream.

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna, who currently share 50/50 custody of their daughter, Dream, dated for several months in 2016 before breaking up in 2017. The starred on E! series "Rob & Chyna" for one season.