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Blac Chyna suggests that her ex Rob Kardashian may suffer from a social anxiety disorder. The former reality TV personality claims her baby daddy hasn't left the house in months.

The 31-year-old single mom is concerned about Kardashian's mental state amid their ongoing custody dispute over daughter Dream.

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In legal documents obtained by Us Weekly, Chyna questioned Kardashian's ability to care for their 3-year-old daughter, due to his inability to leave his home.

"Respondent tells me all of the time that he is depressed, and has on occasion mentioned that he felt like killing himself," she said, in an affidavit filed on February 18 in response to Kardashian’s request for primary custody of Dream.

"Respondent has trouble leaving the house," Chyna said. "All of the places he says Dream goes during his custodial time, Dream is going there with a nanny or family member because respondent is too afraid to leave the house."

Kardashian's request for primary custody was denied by a judge, probably due to Chyna's allegations that he is a fearful recluse.

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However, in an affidavit filed on February 24, Rob, 32, hit back at the allegations, saying "I deny that I have an issue with depression or leaving the house."

He said negative social media comments about his portly appearance had an impact on him emotionally.

"My family and I are public figures. There was a time when any paparazzi photo of me immediately led to very incessant negative remarks about my appearance. So yes, for a period of time, I did not want to subject myself to that; I am not sure why anyone would."

The feuding former lovers split for good in 2017 after a year of dating.

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A New York man who chained his car doors shut and burned his 3-year-old daughter alive inside the car has died from burn injuries eight months later.

Martin Periera waged a bitter custody battle with Cherone Coleman over their daughter, Zoey Pereira. The custody case ended in tragedy on a cold night in May 2019.

Moments before the tragedy, Pereira told Coleman: "You'll never see your daughter again.”

On May 5, Pereira, 39, placed Zoey in her car seat in the back of his 2008 Audi A6 and drove to an intersection in the Springfield Gardens neighborhood of Queens, NY.

Pereira chained the rear doors shut and poured gasoline inside the car. He ignited the gasoline and fled the car. A propane tank in the trunk and 2 gas containers fed the flames.

Little Zoey was burned alive in the back seat of the car. Periera, a construction worker, unwittingly set himself on fire.

He jumped into a nearby pond to put out the flames on his clothes. When paramedics found him hiding behind a tree not far from the burning car, he was stripped down to his underwear and suffering from second- and third-degree burns to 70 percent of his body, according to the NY Post.

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Lira Galore filed a restraining order against her baby daddy, Quality Control Record's CEO Pierre "Pee" Thomas. In the document, obtained by TMZ, Galore, who was born Tylira Mercer, said Thomas is threatening and unpredictable, even when he's in a courtroom.

Mercer wants a judge to order Thomas to stay away from her and their infant daughter.

Mercer filed docs seeking a temporary protective order against Thomas for threatening her last week during a court hearing in their custody battle for 9-month-old, Khaleesi Mercer.

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Mercer is best known for her brief engagement to rapper Rick Ross (pictured).

Last month Mercer accused Thomas of violent abuse, claiming he beat her during her first 8 months of pregnancy with his child. She's seeking at least $15 million for her injuries.

Mercer says in new docs that because of the past alleged violence, she's terrified of Thomas. She claims Thomas kept trying to speak to her during a hearing, including approaching her in an "intimidating nature" and attempted to get her phone number.

She claims while they were sitting across from each other in a conference room, he kept glaring at her and made her extremely uncomfortable. She says he got caught taking pictures of her on his cell phone.

Mercer says when she and her lawyer tried to leave the room, Thomas blocked the doorway and harassed her. She says they had to call a deputy to escort her safely out of the building.

Mercer claims the ordeal was traumatic for her and says even her lawyer "for the first time in her legal career, felt unsafe in the courtroom."

She's asking for a court order to keep Thomas 100 yards away and to not have any contact with her or their child.

Thomas denies he's been abusive and has called Mercer's claims a "15 million dollar shake down."

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One of Antonio Brown's baby mamas has taken legal action against the unemployed NFL star for child custody and financial support.

Brown was slapped with a paternity lawsuit by Chelsie Kyriss. According to the documents obtained by The Blast, Kyriss filed the suit in a Florida court on January 15.

Kryiss, who is Caucasian, asked the court to confirm Brown is the legal father of their three sons. She also wants the court to determine a set amount for child support.

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The lawsuit comes just days after the troubled wide receiver threw Kyriss and their children out of his Hollywood, Florida home and live-streamed himself cursing at her in front of their children.

Brown has five children - four sons and a daughter.
 

Brown accused Kyriss of attempting to steal his Bentley automobile - a gift from Brown to Kyriss during happier times.

In a previous court case in December, Brown filed an eviction notice to legally evict Kyriss from his home.

In the suit, Brown said Kyriss was a "former girlfriend" who had been living at the home as his guest. He said he repeatedly asked her and his kids to leave, but she refused. "Defendants continue to remain in, occupy or otherwise possess the subject property without honest of Plaintiff," reads the document.

Brown gave Kyriss a deadline of December 18 to be gone and remove her personal belongings from the property, but she missed the deadline.

Brown was cut by the New England Patriots after one game amid sexual assault allegations against him.

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When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit the Royal Family last week, many wondered whether Queen Elizabeth would take custody of their infant son, Archie Harrison. The Queen snatched Harry and his brother, Prince William, away from Princess Diana after she and Prince Charles divorced in 1996.

According to Heavy.com, the Queen didn't take immediate custody of Archie because she does not have legal custody of him under British law.
 

The British law that gives the Queen custody of royal children is called The Grand Opinion for the Prerogative Concerning the Royal Family.

The law holds that the sovereign has custody of his or her grandchildren. But because the Queen is Archie's great-grandmother, she does not have custody of him.

When the Queen dies, and Prince Charles ascends to the throne as King, Charles can take custody of Archie - which experts say he will since Archie is in line for the throne.

In related news, Twitter helped the Queen of England to save face by deleting a video that shows her grandson Prince Harry begging the head of Disney Studios for a job for his wife Meghan Markle.

The improper request occurred during the London premiere of The Lion King in 2019.

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Iger seemed stunned by the highly unusual request coming from a Member of the Royal Family. He turned his back to Meghan as if to shield her from her husband's embarrassing moment.

But little did Iger know that it was Meghan who put Harry up to beg him for a Hollywood job for her.

It isn't clear if Queen Elizabeth or Buckingham Palace are the lawful copyright owners of the embarrassing video.

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Pierre "Pee" Thomas got emotional on social media after one of his baby mamas filed a $15 million lawsuit alleging he beat her while she was pregnant with their daughter.

According to an insider, Lira Galore was furious after she saw Pee out partying with his new girlfriend (pictured above).

In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Galore accused Thomas of beating her violently during the first 8 months of her pregnancy.

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But in a series of since-deleted posts, Thomas assured his followers that he never beat Galore. He said his children are his #1 priority, and he posted receipts claiming Galore used cocaine while she was pregnant.

The text messages also suggested Galore (pictured) had multiple abortions. And Thomas said Galore's lawsuit is a $15 million extortion attempt because he dumped her for another woman.

"One thing I don't play about is my father hood," Pee said. "I have 16 artist on my label, I still make time to see my children 4 times out of the week."

He added: "I've never once beat on that woman… Did I take my ring back, Yes! WHhen I became aware she was having sex with other men, Plotting with her pimp, As well as snorting coke while pregnant with my child."

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He also complained that he hasn't seen his baby daughter since Mother's Day. In one text message, he wrote, "Let's just get a custody agreement and be done with it like adults. Lawyer been trying to serve you for a mediation agreement for over a month. This is sad. And stop lying."

Most of Thomas' followers seemed to take his side in the dispute. But he deleted all of his Instagram posts including the following receipts, courtesy of Rhymeswithsnitch.com.

 

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Instagram model Lira Galore is accusing her baby daddy Pee Thomas of beating her violently during the first 8 months of her pregnancy.

Galore, 26, claims the Quality Control Music CEO punched her in the face and threw her to the ground. She said she was punched "many times" by the father-of-5, and she's asking for at least $15 million for her injuries.

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In legal docs obtained by TMZ, Lira describes 5 separate beatdowns she received at the hands of Thomas.

In one alleged attack, she claims he punched her in the face, threw her to the ground, began choking her and punched her in the head so many times, she developed hematomas. Galore claims Thomas ripped her ring off her finger, dislocating her finger.

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In the other four attacks, she claims he routinely punched and choked her. She did not report any of the incidents of violence to police because Thomas allegedly paid her for her silence.

According to TMZ, Galore says in August 2018, after one alleged attack, Thomas tried to "make things right" by buying her a $50,000 SUV. Just 2 weeks later, Lira alleges Thomas shattered the driver side window during a violent altercation and then changed the title out of her name and into his own. She says a week later, he paid her $50,000 not to call the cops.

TMZ reports that Galore made the accusations as part of a custody case Thomas filed back in May in which he requested joint custody of their child to avoid paying her child support.

Galore also filed documents, requesting sole physical custody of the child on the grounds that he "has consistently demonstrated physically violent, emotionally abusive, irrational and erratic behavior."

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Galore was previously engaged to rapper Rick Ross. She reportedly moved out of Ross' Atlanta mansion after another woman dropped an infant off on his doorstep, alleging the child was his.

Thomas is co-owner of Quality Control Music label whose roster includes top shelf rappers Cardi B, Migos, Lil Yachty, Lil Baby, and others.

Galore estimates her baby daddy's net worth at over $50 million. She is asking at least $15 million for her pain and suffering.

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Comedian Lil Rel Howery is fighting for sole custody of his 2-year-old son. The Get Out star is taking his ex-girlfriend, LeChez Davis, to court, and asking a judge to grant him full custody of their toddler amid allegations that she is leading a double life.

Lil Rel, real name Milton Howery, Jr., hooked up with Davis not long after divorcing his first wife, Verina Robinson, in 2017. Howery and Robinson share two children: daughter Brittni and son Judah.

In legal papers obtained by TMZ, the 39-year-old Sagittarius accuses Davis of lying to him about her marital status by stating she was divorced. She wasn't divorced; she was still married to her husband, while also telling Howery that he was the father of her child, who was given Howery's last name.

Howery claims Davis told her husband the same lie, and put his last name on the baby's birth certificate.

The comedian voluntarily provided Davis with child support and frequently flew her and the boy out to Los Angeles to spend time together.

He realized something wasn't right when he posted a photo of himself and the toddler online, referring to the child as his son.

He was then contacted by an associate of Davis', who insisted her husband was the baby's daddy.

Howery took a paternity test in October, and the DNA results proved he was the boy's biological father.

Now he wants Davis stripped of her custody rights for allegedly using their child as a pawn in a "nefarious scheme replete with concealment, misrepresentations and deception in an attempt to defraud".

In addition to seeking full custody, Howery wants to be granted legal authority to make all parental decisions for the toddler, while also moving him out to Los Angeles.

A ruling has yet to be made on the custody.

Meanwhile, Howery is happily self-partnered, and he has no plans to date any women in the foreseeable future.
 

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A Texas judge has ordered ex-convict Cyntoia Brown to stay away from her husband, Jaime Long's 11-year-old son. According to court documents obtained by Bossip.com, Stacy Kirkland filed a motion asking a judge to prohibit Brown from contact with her son.

"I am extremely concerned about the safety of our young son, and do not believe that his father, Jaime, will take proper measures to protect [him] from danger," Kirkland wrote.

Brown, 31, was a 16-year-old runaway and prostitute who was convicted of killing one of her johns while he slept in his bed.

Celebrities and lawmakers sympathized with Brown and urged the governor of Tennessee to commute her sentence to time served in 2019.

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While in prison, Brown married Long, 34, a former member of the R&B band Pretty Ricky. Bossip states that Kirkland wasn't aware that Long had married Brown while she was behind bars.

"I would love for Jaime to spend more time with (his son)," Kirkland wrote. "However, in light Jaime's recent decision to enter into a romantic, committed relationship with a woman convicted of first-degree murder, I am extremely fearful."

The judge granted the restraining order since Long declined to enter an answer.

Long is allowed to have supervised visits with his son, but Brown is banned from being around the boy or making phone contact with the child. She can't remove him from school grounds or take him clothes shopping - things that a stepmother would typically do for her stepchild.

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A Texas judge overturned a jury's decision to award full custody of a 7-year-old boy to his mother who claimed he was a transgender girl.

Jeff Younger, of Dallas, asked a court to grant him full custody of his son James after his ex-wife, pediatrician Anne Georgulas, claimed the boy wanted to be a girl because he played with a girl's toy in a McDonald's Happy Meal.

The jury awarded full custody to Georgulas earlier this week. Younger was granted supervised visits with his son under the condition that he treat James like a girl and only allow people around the boy who agreed with his transition.

But the judge who presided over the case overturned the jury's decision on Thursday. Judge Kim Cooks ruled that the parents would share custody of James and make joint decisions about his health care.

Dr. Georgulas and Mr. Younger will also jointly agree on haircuts for James and his twin brother Jude. Both Georgulas and Younger were ordered to attend counseling.

The jury's decision sparked outrage around the world when they agreed with Dr. Georgulas that James should be allowed to transition to a girl and wear dresses.

James and his twin brother Jude were conceived via in vitro fertilization (IVF) using donated eggs. Dr. Georgulas is not their biological mother. She claimed she noticed James playing with girl's toys in a McDonald's at age 3.

Georgulas enrolled James in kindergarten under the name Luna, and she instructed staff to refer to James as a girl and to use feminine pronouns.

Younger, who divorced Georgulas, told the court that she told James that "monsters only eat boys."

Younger said James behaves like a normal boy when he and his brother stay at his home.

A GoFundMe page titled 'Save James' raised over $40,000 in donations to help with Younger's court costs.

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As some of you know, socialite Blac Chyna got into a fight with a woman at Six Flags on Easter Sunday. Chyna claims she swung at the woman for allegedly touching her daughter, Dream.

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