Blac Chyna spoke for the first time about how Rob Kardashian’s social media rampage last week made her feel during an interview on Good Morning America on Monday. In a statement released through his lawyer, Rob also talked about what took place and voiced his regret for the role he played in it.

Rob’s lawyer Robert Shapiro spoke to TMZ and said that Rob regrets his actions. Shapiro said that the Instagram attacks were "a spontaneous reaction that he regrets."

Shapiro also revealed Rob will agree to the restraining order that Blac Chyna's lawyers filed against him. The restraining order maintains that Rob must not post any personal information about her on social media, including, of course, any intimate photos. According to TMZ, Rob’s lawyer is planning on accepting the restraining order but also plans to speak about custody over Dream. One of Rob’s many posts last week threatened to make sure Blac Chyna lost custody of her daughter. Shapiro added that "Rob’s only concern is for the well-being of baby Dream."

Lisa Bloom, one of Blac Chyna’s lawyers, announced on Twitter last week that she would be bringing the case to court on Monday to seek a restraining order against Rob Kardashian. Boom also released a statement declaring this feud an "important fight in women’s rights."

I represent Blac Chyna. I just gave Rob Kardashian notice that we'll be in court Monday seeking restraining orders against him. More to come

— Lisa Bloom (@LisaBloom) July 7, 2017

Here is my statement on why I am representing Blac Chyna in this important fight in women’s rights. pic.twitter.com/hZO4UV894X

— Lisa Bloom (@LisaBloom) July 7, 2017

During Rob's social media rampage, he accused Blac Chyna of cheating on him and posted nude photos of her that he claimed she had sent to him in order to make him jealous. The whole situation has since spiraled out of control, with many claiming that Rob’s online posts constitute revenge porn, a crime in the state of California, which means his "spontaneous reaction" could send him to jail.