ROB Kardashian’s daughter Dream’s trademarks for toys and cosmetics lines have been shut down after the family’s war with Blac Chyna.

Rob, 35, shares daughter Dream, 6, with his ex-fiancee Chyna, 34. 

Rob Kardashian filed five trademarks for his daughter Dream's future businesses


Rob Kardashian filed five trademarks for his daughter Dream’s future businessesCredit: Getty
All five of the trademarks have been suspended


All five of the trademarks have been suspendedCredit: Rob Kardashian/Instagram

Five trademarks in Dream’s name were filed in February 2019 under “Kardashian Incorporated.”

The U.S. Sun can exclusively reveal all five of the trademarks were abandoned on September 12, 2022 because “no extension request” was filed. 

One of the trademarks is for “non-medicated skin care preparations” including “skin moisturizers, skin lotions, skin creams, skin cleansers, skin serums, facial oils, body oils, bath and shower gels, bubble bath and body powders,” according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 

Cosmetics are also under the trademark and include “fragrances, hair care preparations, hair styling preparations, nail polish, nail polish remover, and nail care preparations.”

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The second trademark covers clothes including “coats, dresses, footwear, headwear, jackets, jumpers, loungewear, rompers, scarves, shirts, sweaters, undergarments, socks, hosiery, swimwear, cloth bibs,  gloves, sleepwear, one-piece garment for infants and toddlers and costumes for use in children’s dress up play.”

The third trademark covers advertising services such as promoting and endorsing the brands. 

The trademark also includes: “Retail store services featuring gifts, general consumer merchandise, apparel, apparel accessories, toys, sporting goods, skincare and fragrances.”

The fourth trademark under the Dream Kardashian name includes “entertainment services, namely, personal appearances by a celebrity.”

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The fifth trademark is for toy figures, doll accessories, dolls, playsets for action figures, bath toys, puzzles, party games, toy jewelry, puppets, children’s educational toys for developing fine motor and cognitive skills, musical toys, toy food, toy cookware, toy cameras, baby gyms, playground balls, sports balls and more. 

Rob gave consent as the “parent of Dream Kardashian, a minor” for the “registration of Dream Kardashian’s name and/or nickname to Kardashian Incorporated.”

Rob is listed as the CEO and President of the trademarks. 

Chyna, whose real name is Angela White, is not included on the trademark. 


Rob revealed over social media that he is the primary caregiver of Dream after Chyna, who is also mom to son King Cairo, 9, with ex Tyga, complained she gets “no child support” from her baby daddies. 

Rob fired back: “I pay 37k a year for my daughter’s school. Handle every single medical expense. I pay for all her extracurricular activities.

“I have my daughter from Tuesday-Saturday. Why would I pay child support lol.”


Chyna sued Kris and Kylie Jenner, and Kim and Khloe Kardashian for $100million in lost earnings. 

She sued the reality stars for defamation and contract interference after claiming they had her E! show, Rob & Chyna, canceled after one season. 

The U.S. Sun reported from the bombshell trial, as Kris, 66, testified that Chyna once tried to “murder” Rob. 

In the Los Angeles courtroom, Kris broke down in tears while alleging Chyna put a gun to Rob’s head during a heated fight in December 2016.

Kris said on the stand while being questioned by Chyna’s attorney Lynne Ciani: “She said it was funny, Chyna said it was funny, a joke.

“It’s not funny. I have horrible memories of being in Paris with my daughter outside an apartment.”

Kris was referring to when her daughter Kim, 42, was robbed at gunpoint at Hôtel de Pourtalès by five men, who reportedly stole about $10million worth of jewelry from her in 2016.

Kris was also asked about the night Rob was allegedly attacked by Chyna.

Chyna’s attorney went through Kris’ 2019 deposition, in which she claimed Rob was struck in the face with a six-foot metal rod on December 15, 2016.

Kris said at the time he was struck in the face and had marks around his neck from being strangled with an iPhone cord, but in court said she couldn’t recall where on his body he was hit.

She alleged Rob was “hysterically crying” over the “very, very hectic situation,” but admitted police weren’t called, as the family wanted to keep the incident private to protect Dream, who was just weeks old at the time.


Kris’ claims came after Chyna’s lawyer asked if it were true the model tried to kill her youngest daughter Kylie, 25.

The mom of six said she had heard about the threats through both Kylie and Tyga, who Kylie dated after Chyna.

Kris claimed she didn’t take the threats too seriously, but also alleged at one point that she heard Chyna had been abusive to Tyga.

Though Kris said she had no proof of the abuse allegations, she continued in court: “I just heard what Tyga told us: He was physically abused and that she had fights with him, with a knife cut on his arm, things like that.”


Kylie took the stand and discussed alleged threats made by Chyna.

During her testimony, Kylie was asked by Chyna’s attorney to recall a time where the mom of two had physically threatened her, according to a U.S. Sun reporter at hand.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum replied: “I remember one night I woke up to some threatening texts from Chyna, she sent me a bunch of devil emojis and counting the days, to beat me?

“Or I don’t know what she meant…”

The lawyer then asked Kylie if she reached out to police, however, the TV star didn’t, as she took the texts as an “empty threat.”

She said: “I assumed she was maybe high that’s honestly how I felt…”

The mom of two added that Rob told her Chyna was drinking and taking drugs at the time.


The Keeping Up With the Kardashians spinoff, Rob & Chyna, ran for one season before it was axed by the E! network.

The Kardashians’ attorney claimed the couple’s breakup led to the show’s cancellation, despite the series being picked up for season two.

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The reality stars denied all claims against them and have asserted Chyna has plenty of income through her other ventures, specifically her OnlyFans.

A jury sided with the Kardashians after the trial.

The trademarks include toys, cosmetics, skincare, clothes and more


The trademarks include toys, cosmetics, skincare, clothes and moreCredit: krisjenner/Instagram
Rob shares their daughter with ex-fiancee Blac Chyna


Rob shares their daughter with ex-fiancee Blac ChynaCredit: Getty
Blac sued the Kardashians for breach of contract over her canceled reality show, but lost


Blac sued the Kardashians for breach of contract over her canceled reality show, but lostCredit: YouTube


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