Could Rob Kardashian Face Criminal Charges For Revenge Porn After Posting Nude Photos Of Blac Chyna?

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Most people are sipping all the tea that Rob Kardashian is pouring about Blac Chyna — but could he face serious consequences for his petty actions?

ICYMI, the KUWTK star continued to post very explicit nude photos of his baby momma (even after they were taken down by Instagram) in response to Chy allegedly hooking up with other guys.

Related: Instagram Shuts Down Rob’s Account

Attorney Carrie Goldberg, who founded the Internet abuse and sexual consent firm C. A. Goldberg, PLLC, told People of the XXX-rated incident:

“This is sort of the classic, quintessential revenge porn. Rob has made the work of a prosecutor or a victim’s attorney quite easy so far as to even post about the very motive behind his outrageous act of posting these private and nude photos of his ex. The allegation of infidelity does not give someone the right to seek revenge in such a devastating way.”

She further points out that California has “very, very strong non-consensual pornography laws.”

In fact, under the California Penal Code, revenge porn is a criminal misdemeanor in which someone “intentionally distributes images that will cause serious emotional distress, and the person depicted suffers that distress.”

If charged, Rob could potentially face up to six months in jail.

Goldberg also noted that BC could take civil action should she decide to file a lawsuit:

“Blac Chyna has the ability to take matters into her own hands and sue him. And to get a restraining order against him and to seek damages herself ├óΓé¼ΓÇ£ that’s a very empowering tool for victims.”

Adding:

“For anybody to seize the sexual privacy of another person, no matter who that person is, or how they may have voluntarily exposed themselves in the past, nobody has that right. Nobody has the right to take control of someone else’s sexual privacy. When we’re talking about revenge porn, we’re talking about consent and control. And he took control away and his act of posting the images was without consent.”

On the other hand, TMZ argues that by “liking” the photos on IG, the mother-of-two isn’t making a strong case for herself of showing emotional distress.

We’ll keep you updated on the legal deets as this all plays out — especially since Rob also posted and (someone) removed the pics from Twitter.

What a mess.

Jul 5, 2017 4:23pm PDT

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