Blac Chyna's representatives say she is taking legal action against Rob Kardashian.
Just two days after the formerly engaged couple got into a NSFW social media war
when Rob started posting explicit pics
allegedly of the model, claiming she was on drugs and has been cheating on him with multiple men, Los Angeles-based attorney Lisa Bloom took to Twitter to reveal she would be representing Chyna in court.
"I represent Blac Chyna," Bloom tweeted on Friday. "I just gave Rob Kardashian notice that we'll be in court Monday seeking restraining orders against him. More to come."
She also released the following statement on why she decided to represent Chyna:
One day earlier, Bloom retweeted an article about Rob and Chyna's feud from The Washington Post, giving her personal take on the messy situation.
"What Rob Kardashian did to Blac Chyna could be 'revenge porn' and illegal," she wrote. "Women, stand up for our rights!"
Bloom is a legal analyst for NBC and has represented a number of celebrity clients, including Barton, Michael Lohan, Janice Dickinson, Kathy Griffin and Real Housewives of D.C. reality stars Tareq and Michaele Salahi.
Chyna is also represented by Walter Mosley
, who told ET on Thursday that he was looking into the situation as his client was not taking the matter lightly.
"We are taking this assault very seriously and are currently exploring all available legal remedies," Mosley said.
ET has reached out to Bloom for comment, as well as powerhouse attorney and longtime Kardashian family friend Robert Shapiro, to see if he will be representing Rob.
As ET previously reported, Rob ignited the blowout public feud by sharing a video of Chyna kissing another man. "Hahahaha Chyna just sent me this video saying happy 4th of July what a crazy person," he captioned it. "Come spend time with your daughter instead of f**king me and then this dude right after. U need help."
Rob then began sharing a series of sexual NSFW pics, which resulted in his Instagram account being disabled
. He tried posting the same graphic photos over and over, even though the app removed them for not meeting community guidelines. The reality star then moved the drama to Twitter, writing, "Since Instagram shut me down everyone peep my twitter lol."
Watch the video below to hear more on what went down!