"Every day they arrive with two or three of their bodyguards and during each break and lunch they are escorted into a private room used mostly by officers from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department," spilled the insider. "You sometimes see their bodyguards in the cafeteria but you certainly don't see the Kardashians lining up at lunch."
When the trial wraps up for the day, they're then "ushered into another private room flanked by officers and their burly security team and head out of a secret exit used by employees to avoid being photographed."
Another source disclosed that none of the ladies drive themselves to the building — instead, they're chauffeured, with their drivers having special access to an area so they can easily be dropped off and picked up.
Chyna doesn't seem so down to earth either, as she's also been allowed to have her breaks in a private room. Additionally, the insider revealed the mom-of-two "walks the halls with a male companion who often carries her handbag," though she does use the "public entrance and exit, and has often been photographed outside."
The publication reported that the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, which is located in Los Angeles, is known for treating celebrities differently out of fear for their safety. The premises also have signs up that ban photography inside the courthouse.
Chyna and the Calabasas-based crew have been in court since April 18. The former is suing the family for defamation and intentional interference, claiming they spread lies about her in order to get her E! show, Rob & Chyna, axed before it received the green light for a second season. The model says the series' cancellation robbed her of income.
She's asking for around $300 million in damages.