Blac Chyna and the Kardashians face off in court Here are the

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Blac Chyna and the Kardashians Face Off in Court

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are battling over $100 million in damages. Chyna‚ real name Angela White‚ is a model who was once engaged to Kardashian. She and Kardashian share a daughter‚ a 5-year-old girl. The couple also had a reality show together‚ Rob and Chyna‚ which aired for a season in 2016. The show was filmed shortly after the two split up‚ but they have since gotten back together.

Blac Chyna's revenge porn claim against Rob Kardashian

After months of living with Rob's false accusations‚ Chyna was ready to face his courtroom on February 23. She prepared to demonstrate that Rob's claims that she physically assaulted him during the alleged attack were a blatant lie. Chyna claims that Rob threatened to demolish her brand if he continued filming. In response‚ Chyna filed a restraining order against the reality TV star‚ asking the court to order Rob to stop posting and distributing private pictures of her on social media without her permission. Chyna's revenge porn claims against Rob Kardashian have prompted a new wave of media attention. The media frenzy surrounding Chyna's claims have caused her to seek out legal advice‚ but Chyna's lawyer insists that she was never in danger. In a courtroom cross-examined on Thursday‚ the Kardashian-Jenner family's lawyer denied the allegations made by Chyna. Chyna - formerly known as Angela White - told the judge that she filed the restraining order for publicity purposes. After the fight‚ Rob posted a series of NSFW pictures of Chyna on his Instagram page. Even after his account was suspended‚ Chyna's mom filed a police report against him. The Kardashians are now undergoing divorce proceedings. As a result of this publicity‚ the lawsuit filed against Rob Kardashian has been tossed out of court and Chyna is trying to force Rob Kardashian to pay a settlement. She claims Rob Kardashian has acted unreasonably in distancing her from her daughter‚ Kylie. But Chyna's attorney‚ Lynne M. Ciani‚ outlined her legal strategy in an email to EURweb. A judge denied Chyna's motion to dismiss the lawsuit. She has requested that the trial be postponed‚ with opening arguments on February 15‚ 2022. During the trial‚ Chyna will present her revenge porn claims against Rob Kardashian. The trial is expected to last four days‚ after which Chyna will be awarded millions in damages.

Chyna's 2017 lawsuit

In 2017‚ Blac Chyna filed a lawsuit against the Kardashian family. Chyna alleged that Rob Kardashian physically and emotionally abused her. She also claimed that the Kardashians were guilty of character assassination. The lawsuit was filed simultaneously with her domestic abuse restraining order case. The Kardashian family responded to Chyna's claims in 2020. In response to Chyna's claims‚ the Kardashians claim that they did not assault the reality star. According to Chyna's lawsuit‚ Rob Kardashian and his brothers are to blame for her behavior toward her daughter‚ Kylie. Chyna also claimed that Rob threatened to kill her after she exposed herself to cyberbullying and sharing private pictures. Ultimately‚ Rob Kardashian and his family were found not guilty of the allegations‚ but Chyna has been allowed to keep her child. In 2017‚ Blac Chyna filed a lawsuit against the Kardashian family‚ accusing them of harassment‚ defamation‚ and interference with prospective economic relations. The Kardashians and Jenners subsequently requested that the suit be dismissed‚ but Chyna did not give up hope. Kim Kardashian and Kris Jenner‚ and even Ryan Seacrest‚ have agreed to appear in court. Although the Kardashians' initial settlement offer was rejected‚ Chyna's attorney is preparing a counteroffer to the settlement offer. This trial will begin Friday with jury selection‚ with the Kardashians and Chyna set to testify after opening statements. The jury will then decide how much she should receive as compensation. If Chyna wins the lawsuit‚ the Kardashians will be liable for the rest of her life‚ if she is found guilty. The lawsuit alleges that the Kardashians were responsible for the axed second season of Rob & Chyna‚ which would have been about the former couple co-parenting their child. After the couple split in December 2016‚ production on the show was well underway‚ according to Chyna's lawsuit. Producers were selected and storylines planned‚ and staff were actively working on the show.

Kylie Jenner's legal battle with Blac Chyna

The latest twist in Kylie Jenner's legal battle with her ex-girlfriend Blac Chyna involves her relationship with Tyga. The two dated from 2011 to 2014 and briefly got engaged‚ but broke up soon after. Chyna dated Rob Kardashian from 2016 to 2017. The two were briefly engaged in August 2015. In court on Wednesday‚ Chyna denied any hard feelings against her former flame and said that she had been friendly with Kim and Rob for years‚ and that they broke up shortly after Chyna and Tyga began dating. According to TMZ‚ Kylie Jenner has already sent emails to other people regarding the cancellation of Blac Chyna's show. The reality star has stepped up her efforts to prove that she is entitled to compensation for lost earnings. Earlier‚ the star had promised to shoot more episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians if Blac Chyna's show was cancelled. The court case between the two women continues to move along quickly‚ and Kris Jenner has testified in the case. She claimed that Chyna threatened her family‚ but the two did not have proof. But she is still standing by her word. On the stand‚ Kris speculated that Chyna was angry that she was dating Tyga‚ whom she dated before she started dating Kylie Jenner. The legal battle officially began on April 18 when Chyna and her family appeared in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The Kardashians' attorney did not specify the amount of compensation‚ but the attorney for Chyna did state that millions of dollars would be awarded to the former vogue model. In addition to her claims‚ Chyna also claimed that her ex-boyfriend had violently attacked her in a bar‚ and her lawyer was at the hearing. The lawsuit also names the Kardashian sisters‚ Kim Kardashian and Khloe Khardashian in the case. In it‚ the former vogue model claims that the Kardashian sisters' relationship with Rob Kardashian ruined her career and destroyed her family's image. However‚ in addition to the Kardashian family‚ the vogue couple are also naming their mother Kris Jenner as a defendant.

Chyna's restraining order against Rob

Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian filed court documents after a breakup‚ saying the latter swore at her in front of King‚ their 4-year-old son. In the documents‚ Chyna also alleged that Kardashian hit her and sprayed her with a glass of water. Chyna has not filed criminal charges against Kardashian. Chyna has been co-parenting Dream with Tyga‚ who was later dated by Kardashian sister Kylie Jenner. After the restraining order was granted‚ Blac Chyna‚ her lawyer Lisa Bloom‚ and her co-counsel‚ Walter Mosley‚ appeared in court with their clients. The judge granted the temporary restraining order against Kardashian. The order will bar him from posting photos of Chyna on social media‚ including the children Dream and King Cairo. In the meantime‚ Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian can still share custody of Dream. The restraining order against Rob Kardashian is not yet in effect‚ but the Kardashians' attorneys said they will not contest it. Chyna and Rob Kardashian had a TV spinoff last year called Rob & Chyna. The show documented Kardashian and Chyna's engagement‚ their pregnancy and birth last year. But Kardashian's lawyers did not return messages this week. The restraining order against Rob Kardashian came on Monday. Rob Kardashian was not present in court. However‚ his attorney‚ Robert Shapiro‚ was. The judge said that Rob Kardashian would not fight Blac Chyna in court. The order does not restrict Kardashian from going near Chyna. It also prohibits him from cyberbullying her and posting personal information on his social media accounts.