Kardashian Kontroversies: Rob Kardashian Accused of Robbery, Blasphemous Baby Names and More

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It's almost impossible to keep up with the Kardashians these days, and it's not just because of the massive amount of attention that Kim Kardashian's pregnancy body has been getting -- her family members are also taking up a lot of tabloid space.

So from Kim's too-skinny half sister to her brother's bad behavior and Kourtney's baby daddy drama, here's a look at the latest Kardashian kraziness that's been making headlines:

Rob Kardashian accused of robbing female photographer and hooking up with escorts

A female photographer allegedly filed a police report claiming that Rob "went berserk" and stole her camera equipment and memory card after she snapped a few photos of the reality show star. So what set Rob off? The photog reportedly caught him without his shirt on. Rob's been working hard to shed a few pounds, but apparently he still feels like he's a bit too pudgy for shirtless pictures. Usually female celebs like Rob's sisters are the stars that have to worry about being photographed without their tops on.

To make matters worse for Rob, Star Magazine is claiming that the men's sock mogul is a "complete mess," and he's allegedly mourning ex Rita Ora by drinking all day long and hooking up with escorts. Luckily there's no photographic evidence of this behavior.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's blasphemous baby name

When rumors hit the web that Kanye's upcoming album will be titled "I Am God," they were quickly shut down by a source close to the singer who says that this is untrue -- instead he's releasing a single titled "I Am A God."

This egotistical song title will still surely ruffle a few feathers, and so will a report by Perez Hilton claiming that Kanye wants to name the Kimye kid Khrist, as in "Christ with a K." If this is true, hopefully Kim talks him into something less controversial like Khristian or Khristina.

Kourtney Kardashian's baby daddy drama

According to a report in InTouch Weekly, model Michael Girgenti is claiming that he's the real father of Mason Disick and is demanding a paternity test. He claims that he hooked up with Kourtney Kardashian while she and Scott Disick were temporarily broken up in 2009. However, lawyers for the Kardashian family have denied these claims, alleging that Kourtney only met Michael once during a 2008 photo shoot. They've also stated that Kourt was never involved with the model physically or intimately.

It's hard to believe Michael Girgenti's allegations, anyway -- Mason definitely has daddy Scott Disick's dapper sense of style. However, hopefully he hasn't inherited his father's controversial desire to turn alligators into footwear.

Kendall Jenner's weighty problem: she hates her weight being criticized

Kendall probably sparked a big weight debate when she made this comment to Harper's Bazaar Arabia after saying that she's constantly criticized for being too skinny: "What people don't understand is that calling someone too skinny is the same as calling someone too fat." Her thin frame has helped her score high-profile, high-paying modeling gigs, so it's probably hard for hard-working women who struggle with being overweight to hear her complain. Her own half-sister Kim might even disagree with her here since she now knows what it's like to be fat-shamed.

So which member of the Kardashian clan will be the subject of a crazy report next: Khloe Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Bruce Jenner, or Scott Disick? Place your bets now!

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