Rob went on an Instagram spree Wednesday morning, posting some of Chyna's most private photos while accusing her of cheating with a rapper named Ferrari and a slew of others, using drugs, and being an unfit parent. He also claimed he spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on jewelry and cosmetic surgery for her after she gave birth to their baby Dream, who's now seven months old.
After several of the images were removed, reposted and then removed again, Rob's Instagram was shut down Wednesday afternoon, likely for violating the app's nudity policy. Then he went to Twitter to continue his tirade. Unlike Instagram, Twitter does not have a strict nudity policy, but the platform removed the nude photos of Chyna Rob continued to post.
Chyna responded with a Snapchat video, that has since expired, in which she claimed Rob has physically abused her.
Amid the social media frenzy Wednesday, Bloom posted several tweets about the situation.
Thursday, she followed up with a link to a Washington Post article she was interviewed for.
"It's disgusting," Bloom said of Rob's behavior. "It's a very modern way of being misogynistic."
She believes California's revenge porn law "clearly applies" to this situation, and further explained, "The main point of it is that even if Chyna sent him nude photos, if she didn't want them posted publicly, the law protects her.”
If Bloom's name sounds familiar, you may remember her representing Kathy Griffin at a press conference addressing the controversial photos she took while holding a fake severed head of President Donald Trump.