Blac Chyna slammed those who say she deserved to have her nudes leaked because of her stripping past during an extended ABC interview that aired Monday night.
Chyna told ABC's Linsey Davis on "Nightline" that she doesn't think her past as a stripper gives anyone a free pass to bully her for her current situation with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, who posted several naked pictures of her to his since-deleted Instagram last Wednesday in retaliation for alleged infidelity.
"Just because of something that I used to do, I shouldn't be bullied to say, 'OK, well, you used to do this, so you deserve that,'" she said.
Although Chyna has often shared provocative, semi-nude images of herself to her social media, her attorney Lisa Bloom argued that "any explicit photos that [Chyna] may have posted in the past is her choice."
Here are four other new nuggets from Chyna's extended interview that aired after her initial interview on "Good Morning America" Monday morning.
Lisa Bloom Explains Why Rob Committed a 'Crime'
Chyna's high-power attorney made one thing very clear: Any photos Chyna takes are hers and she may do with them what she wants.
"First of all, [Chyna] has not posted pictures of her genitals in the past," Bloom argued. "Secondly, any explicit photos that she may have chosen to post in the past, that's her choice. She gets to choose this time if these photos are made public and she did not consent to it."
Bloom added, "In California, revenge porn is a crime, a civil wrong and a form of domestic abuse. All three. It doesn't matter that you may have given the picture privately to someone voluntarily. That doesn't mean you consent to have it be posted on the internet for all the world to see."
Chyna Addresses The Alleged Physical Abuse
In a since-expired Snapchat video response to Kardashian's Instagram and Twitter tirade last week, Chyna claimed Kardashian had been physical with her. During Monday's sit down, she confirmed, "Rob has hit me before, yes." Chyna said the abuse occurred as recently as April.
Chyna Does Not Want Sole Custody of Dream
Chyna has not yet filed police reports against Kardashian, but the pair will meet again in court come August to address the temporary domestic-violence restraining order Chyna was granted against Kardashian on Monday. Chyna claims her intention is not to have sole custody of their 8-month-old daughter Dream.
"I would never try to take Dream from her dad," she said. "Hopefully, me and Rob can learn to have common ground and be the best co-parents as we can be."
Bloom added that she believes "Rob should go to anger management classes, but priority one -- immediately -- is to protect [Chyna's] safety."
About The Pressure of Carrying On The Kardashian Name
Chyna is the only member of the family who has a child bearing the Kardashian last name, something she said she didn't think twice about until the world "made it a big deal."
"You know, I never really thought about that until everybody else made it a big deal," she said. "I was just having a baby with a person that I cared about."
During a pre-taped portion of her "Good Morning America" interview that aired Monday morning, Chyna claimed she and Kardashian had not been together since December and that his allegations she was unfaithful to him were false. She also explained she sent Kardashian a video of her in bed with rapper Ferrari in an effort to get him to leave her alone.
One of Kardashian's various claims was that Chyna used him and his family for "fame and fortune," but Chyna said she was "already Blac Chyna before the Kardashians." She also added that she did love Kardashian and that "nobody was out to make a baby out of spite."
Chyna told Linsey Davis there would be no reconciling after this.
Kardashian has remained under the radar since last week. He did not appear in court Monday, but his attorney, Robert Shapiro, made a statement on his behalf: "On Mr. Kardashian's behalf, [we] apologized and offered our regrets for what has taken place in the past couple of days, and now we move forward to do one thing and one thing only -- whatever's in the best interest of this child."