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Rob Kardashian fined for speeding

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Rob Kardashian fined for speeding

Rob Kardashian has been fined $1,100 for speeding.

The 29-year-old reality star was caught driving his Bentley at 107mph in Blythe, California in January when he made a 1,377 mile trip to pick up now-fiancee Blac Chyna after she was arrested for public intoxication.

And it has now been revealed by TMZ that he was subsequently found guilty of excessive speeding and had to pay a fine.

Rob had set off for Texas minutes after Chyna - with whom he is expecting his first child - was arrested at the Austin International Airport and was there to personally collect her when she was released from custody the following day.

Despite Rob's initial tensions with his family over his relationship with Chyna, who previously dated his half-sister Kylie Jenner's boyfriend Tyga, it was recently claimed he has now won them over as they realise the make-up artist is a good influence on him.

An insider shared: "Khloé [Rob's sister] had the most issues with the relationship. She found Chyna in her kitchen [when she started dating Rob] and didn't know what was going on. She felt very disrespected.

"The girls literally thought Rob was going to die. They feel like Chyna saved him. The [Kardashian sisters] have gotten over their issues with Chyna now. They've welcomed her in."

However, it wasn't always that way as the Kardashians previously fumed after they found out online that Rob had got engaged whilst the rest of his family were holidaying in Vail, Colorado.

Khloe said: "He proposed in front of her whole family. That's so f***ed up. Rob is such a p***y. I'm not going to cover for him anymore. What am I covering for him anymore for?"

With Kim sharing: "I don't care if he tells me, I truly could care less."

However, sister Kourtney was more sympathetic to the 29-year-old star, adding: "I think that Rob has his happy life with Chyna. But I just hope that it gets to the place where he wants to hang out with his family again."