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Kardashian family worried for Dream since Rob posted nude

Some 24 hours after Rob Kardashian shared graphic images of Blac Chyna on social media, his family members have remained quiet - publicly anyway.

Kelley said without a doubt Kardashian's graphic postings of Chyna constitute revenge porn, which is illegal in 24 states, including California.

The Kardashians are fearful Rob's explicit and angry posts about Blac Chyna will have a negative impact on the former couple's seven-month-old daughter. In addition to the nude photos Kardashian shared, he also made allegations of drug use and infidelity against Chyna.

"We are considering all legal options and recourses at this time", Chyna's lawyer, Walter Mosley, told ABC.

Reports have surfaced that the Kardashian Klan is upset about the potential effects the ugly public feud between Rob and Blac Chyna could have on the Kardashian family brand as well as on baby Dream.

No word yet from Kardashian's legal representation has emerged.

During his rant Wednesday, Kardashian repeatedly re-posted the nude pictures of Chyna, even as Instagram continued to take them down. However, TMZ noted that because Chyna "liked" the photos on Instagram, it can be argued that she wasn't emotionally distressed by the incident, leading the hypothetical case to be potentially thrown out. Furthermore, he accused her of taking drugs and undergoing a plastic surgery after the birth of their child, Dream, in November past year.

"Revenge porn is a crime".

"Would y'all get off my line with all this mess between Blac Chyna and Rob?". She had a baby out of spite and I'll never view her the same.

"It appears that Rob Kardashian posted revenge porn on his Insta, he has deleted it, but it was up for a while". "I'm a fool why did I lie with you?"

He even posted footage to his social media accounts of Blac being wheeled away on a hospital bed and alleged that he'd forked over $100,000 for plastic surgery after Dream's birth.