Rob Kardashian Seeing Therapist: Kim Kardashian Fears Nervous Breakdown For Rebellious Brother

Rob Kardashian Seeing Therapist: Kim Kardashian Fears Nervous Breakdown For Rebellious Brother

Rob Kardashian is heading for a nervous breakdown and trying to drag down his despised sister Kim Kardashian with him. The reality ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ television star has reportedly severed all ties with his family, even though he is contractually obligated to smile and wave at the reality television cameras. Rob set off a nuclear-drama bomb when he compared Kim Kardashian to Amy Dunne, the forlorn sociopath from Gone Girl. The Instagram caption read, “This is my sister kim (sic), the bitch from Gone Girl.”

But the horrific public display of hatred is merely the tip of an insane iceberg. An exclusive insider told Celeb Dirty Laundry that Rob and Kim had a huge fallout over his future as a Kardashian. “Kim and Kris [Jenner] built one of the most successful celebrity brands in entertainment history. They can’t have Rob’s emotional hysteria to get in the way of their success. And when Kim mentioned this to him… Well, let’s just say that he didn’t take it too well.”

Blood isn’t always thicker than Evian it seems.

Rob’s sudden resurfacing – he was AWOL for several months – means that he is ready to play the Kardashian game. Insiders say that Rob was “forced to return” due to certain contractual obligations, but “refused to do so” without first cementing his future as a rebellious Kardashian. “His erratic behaviour is disconcerting,” says an insider. “Rob is seeing a therapist. The stress is getting to him. Kris and Kim do not tolerate defection – you’re either in or you’re out. And Rob is definitely out.

Is it a publicity stunt? Or is Rob losing the proverbial plot? Kanye West turned Kim into a monstrous, self-entitled bitch. She never liked Rob to begin with, so maybe he thought eff it, let’s tell the world about my evil sister and her manipulative ways. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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