As you've no doubt heard by now, Rob Kardashian went on a tirade against Blac Chyna last week, publicly slut-shaming his ex, posting nude photos without her permission, and accusing her of being addicted to hard drugs.
The fallout was swift and severe, with Chyna being issued a restraining order against Rob, and the public overwhelmingly taking her side.
Predictably, Rob is now firing back at Chyna with more claims that she's a rabid materialist who used him for his money and fame.
This time, Rob's getting specific, claiming that Blac stole several pieces of jewelry worth a total of $125,000, and he's on the hook to pay for them.
According to TMZ, Rob's version of events goes something like this:
Just a few days before his social media slut-shaming spree, Rob attempted to win Chyna back with jewelery.
He sent seven pieces worth a total of $250,000 to her house, along with instructions for her to choose one to keep as a gift.
Before she had made her decision things went south between the former couple (He says she was sleeping with other men and lying to him about it; she says he's just nuts.), and Chyna decided to keep three pieces of jewelry as revenge.
Rob's people claim the jeweler has contacted Chyna several times, informing her that the gift is off the table, and all of the pieces need to be returned.
They say she has yet to respond.
Team Rob also claims Chyna attempted to get the jeweler off her back by paying for the purloined pieces with one of Rob's credit cards.
His business manager reportedly put a stop on the transaction before it could go through.
Not surprisingly, Chyna's lawyers are offering a very different version of events:
They say Rob gave Chyna all seven pieces as gifts, and after he threw his online temper tantrum, she decided to return four of them in disgust, but couldn't bring herself to part with the whole lot.
Basically, both sides are telling the other to run the jewels, and currently, it looks like no one is willing to budge.
Something tells us everything about Rob and Chyna's situation is going to get worse before it gets better.
Really, the only silver lining to be found is that the restraining order will keep them from physically assaulting one another.