A member of the Kardashian clan’s newest generation won’t be making an early entry into the family’s most notable line of business — at least if dad Rob Kardashian has his way.
According to TMZ, he has filed a letter through attorney Marty Singer instructing his ex, known professionally as Blac Chyna, not to include their 2-year-old daughter, Dream, in her new reality television series.
He made it clear in the letter that he does not provide consent for the young girl to make appearances on “The Real Blac Chyna,” as her mother reportedly hoped.
The two parents reportedly share joint custody and Kardashian’s lawyer asserts that Dream cannot be permitted to appear on camera without her dad’s permission.
“Should Zeus Network proceed with releasing any episodes of the Series or related material containing Dream’s likeness, it will be acting at its own peril and exposing itself to significant liability,” the letter states, as reported by Page Six.
Reports indicate Kardashian wants to protect his daughter not only from the volatility he says exists in Blac Chyna’s home, but also the added chaos of a life in front of reality television cameras.
Sources say he did not enjoy his own time as part of his family’s reality television empire and hopes to spare Dream the grueling schedule, at least for now.
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