It’s not really news to anyone that Rob Kardashian is, uh, not doing all that well these days. Not only is he so broke that he is allegedly writing a tell-all book as a desperate money grab, he’s also getting slammed by Blac Chyna for not paying enough child support to provide a “luxury lifestyle” for their daughter, Dream Kardashian. But now, reports are coming out that there might be a reason that he’s broke — and it’s because he’s spending like a wild man. According to a new Radar Online report, one of the reasons the Kardashian son is so in debt is because he’s dropping $162,000 on clothes alone. Yeah, you read that right.
The website got their hands on an affidavit that claimed Rob spent $162k on clothes, $37,000 on “entertainment meals” (whatever that means), and $121,040 on “personal expenses.” He also spent $10,000 on security, but considering who is family is, that one is probably pretty fair. According to Radar, though, that puts the reality star at about $297,330 in debt — yikes. That’s not even counting the back taxes he allegedly owes, although apparently, his attorney has said they have at least some money set aside for that.
We just can’t get over that spending, though, especially the money on clothes. Sure, we haven’t seen Rob out too much lately, so it’s hard to know what kind of fancy shirts and jackets he’s racking up, but doesn’t he pretty much exclusively wear black t-shirts and Dodgers hats? Are those black t-shirts secretly made from the finest material known to man? Seriously, what is going on here?
According to Radar, though, his debt is helping out his court case with Chyna. The website got a chance to check out the official records where a judge suspended Rob’s child support payments in pay. The former Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is no longer making the money that he used now that he’s not getting a regular salary from the E! show, and so the court decided to let him slide pending an investigation into just how in control of his salary he is. In the meantime, though, he just might want to stop spending like a mad man. Only an idea, Rob.