Blac Chyna Unleashes New Claims Against The Kardashian Family
Blac Chyna is back at it with her ongoing war against the Kardashian family. Her latest claims against them allege that the family threatened to pull their long-running reality program Keeping Up with the Kardashians if they did not cancel her show, Rob & Chyna.
The social media star claimed that the first season of her show Rob & Chyna, which she starred alongside her ex Rob Kardashian, outperformed KUWTK in ratings, and was in the middle of filming its second season when it was canceled.
She alleged that a “key meeting” between the Kardashian family and E! executives led to their show’s cancellation back in January 2017, according to reports.
On top of that, she also claimed that the Kardashians “falsely” accused her of physically abusing Rob, which factored into the show’s demise. She’s reportedly asking for a trail of paperwork she believes will actually prove her accusations.
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This is not the first time that Chyna has made allegations like this. According to documents obtained from The Blast, she recently demanded money from the show Life of Kylie, as she believed it interfered with her contract for a second season of Rob & Chyna.
Back in December, attorneys for Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Rob filed a “demurrer” which challenged the basis of Chyna’s lawsuit against them (originally filed in October 2017) and asked a judge to dismiss her case. In those filings, attorneys alleged that Chyna prevented the show from filming after obtaining a domestic violence restraining order against Rob back in July of 2017. Story developing…
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