Blac Chyna will not be allowed to redo her testimony in her defamation trial against the Kardashians.
The judge presiding over the case denied the model's bid to take the stand again after she claimed she was triggered by the Kardashian family's attorney presenting her with old nude photos in court while questioning her about the revenge porn pics Rob Kardashian had posted.
According to TMZ, closing arguments are set to begin after the lunch break, and then the jury will begin deliberations. Prior to breaking for lunch, jurors were given instructions.
Chyna sued Rob along with his mother Kris Jenner, and sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner claiming they sabotaged her potential reality television career after she split from former fiancé Rob, 35, while they were filming the second season of the short-lived reality show Rob & Chyna.
As OK! previously reported, the sock designer took the stand on Wednesday, April 27, to make clear he never really loved the mother of his daughter. "It wasn't real love. I had a baby with this girl," Rob — who shares 5-year-old daughter Dream with Chyna — made clear to the court.
"I had a gun held to my head several times by this woman. That's not love," he continued, adding that Chyna allegedly beat him and threatened to kill him throughout their relationship.
Kris' longtime boyfriend Corey Gamble also testified that he witnessed Chyna physically attack his girlfriend's son. "She was hitting Rob and I got in the middle and got hit too," he told the court. "I had to try to get her attention on me so [Rob] could get his belongings and get out of the house. I could smell the alcohol on her."
"She jumped on the back of him and punched him on the back of his head," Corey stated. "She tried to get the small table to throw it at him but Rob was already in his car."
“I asked her what was going on and she yelled that she hated him … she didn’t like him,” the road manager added in his testimony. “She said, ‘Why would I like this fat f**ker if he wasn’t a part of this family?'"