Rob Kardashian has admitted that he wanted more children with Blac Chyna and was upset that their relationship came to an end.
Newly surfaced court documents have revealed that the 32-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star wanted a sibling for daughter Dream.
This comes just days after 31-year-old Blac posted a cryptic pregnancy pic on social media.
She shared a baby scan photo just before Oscars night but then quickly deleted it, leaving fans puzzled before she denied that she was with child again.
Hollywood Life has reported that court documents obtained on February 12, detail a video deposition from April 2018 in which Rob speaks about a fight with Blac in 2016.
Rob admitted at the time: “I only want a child with one woman, so [I wanted] to give this woman a chance.”
“But, you know, it never – it just never reconciled. It just got worse. Everything got worse."
Rob confessed that he wanted to grow his family with Blac and was "sad" that their only child together, three-year-old Dream Kardashian, would not be having a full sibling.
Rob said: “I just felt sad for my baby. Yeah, I just felt sad for my baby."
The video has Rob lamenting his breakup from Blac and he speaks about an alleged fight with his ex-fiancée.
He describes the fall out as a "dumb thing" especially as he is "the father of her child, who takes care of her family, and just had a child with her, and is like loyal to her."
Rob then went on to describe himself as a "good dude" and that he wanted to "have more children” with Blac.
In September 2017, Rob accused Blac of assault but two years later, she has responded by filing a motion to "dismiss the baseless assault and battery claims filed by her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian."
I n a statement, provided by her lawyer, Blac added: “Now, Chyna has submitted evidence to the Court proving that she never committed assault and battery against Rob and that his case should be thrown out of court.”
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