Blac Chyna is speaking out about Rob Kardashian's recent sharing of nude photos of her on social media. Chyna appeared alongside her attorney Lisa Bloom on Good Morning America to discuss the revenge porn incident, which seemingly resulted in the removal of Kardashian's Instagram account last week.

"I was devastated, of course," Chyna said, according to a pre-broadcast report from Page Six. "I'm like, how could somebody, like, post these pictures of me? And I'm like 'Wow, okay.' This is a person that I trusted. I confided. I felt comfortable, you know, with even sending these pictures and even talking to him about certain things, you know. I just felt...betrayed."

Chyna also discussed the beginning of her and Kardashian's relationship, calling him sweet and caring. "We just had good times together," she recalled. "And what was the breaking point was when I actually let my guard down." In addition to an appearance on Good Morning America, Chyna and Bloom will also appear on Monday night's Nightline for an extended interview.

Last week, Bloom released a statement condemning Kardashian's actions and highlighting the "important women's rights issue" at its center. "Mr. Kardahsian, you are now on notice," Bloom said Friday. "Revenge porn is illegal. Cyberbullying your ex is harassment. Chyna ended your relationship months ago and she has the right to live as she chooses, work as she chooses, dress as she chooses, date who she chooses, and be intimate with who she chooses."

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Revenge porn—defined as "nonconsensual pornography"—was added to California’s list of computer crimes in 2013. The penalties for a revenge porn conviction, according to attorney Jessica Meiselman, could potentially include up to six months in jail for each violation and years of probation.

Bloom told E! News Sunday that she and Chyna will also make statements outside the courthouse after Monday's restraining order hearing in Los Angeles.