The saga of Blac Chyna’s $100 million lawsuit against the Kardashians continues.
On Wednesday (April 20), Chyna told jurors that she was being “playful” when she pointed an unloaded gun at her ex-fiance’s head.
“I was joking…..I would never shoot Rob,” Chyna said in a Los Angeles court.
The model is suing Kris Jenner, along with her daughters Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner, for defamation and breach of contract. Chyna’s lawyer claimed that the family slandered her name with abuse allegations to get Rob & Chyna off the air.
The Kardashian-Jenner camp rebutted saying the show ended because the formerly engaged couple broke up on December 14, 2016, after a nasty argument between the two permanently damaged their relationship.
Chyna said in court that she and Rob were “laughing and joking and being silly” on the night in question, as they celebrated their reality show being renewed by the E! network.
While Rob was on the phone, Chyna said in court that she spotted a gun on his dresser and picked it up. The former reality tv star claimed that Rob said the gun wasn’t loaded.
Under questioning Lynne Ciani, Chyna’s lawyer, asked Chyna, “What did Rob do after you picked up the gun from the dresser?”
“Nothing,” said Chyna.
“Was he fearful?” Chyna’s attorney continued.
“Absolutely not,” Chyna said in response.
Chyna also refuted allegations that she strangled Rob with a phone cord that night. She told jurors she was just being “playful” when she put the cord around his ex’s neck.
Rob and Chyna’s whirlwind relationship started in 2016. By the end of that year, the couple began filming their spin-off Rob & Chyna, which brought in $92,500 per episode.
The $100 million lawsuit that Chyna filed against the Kardashians includes the loss of money and celebrity due to alleged schemes by the family that got her reality show canceled.
According to Chyna’s lawyer, the Kardashian clan spread false abuse allegations and threatened to “pull Keeping Up with the Kardashians if they [E!] didn’t kill off Rob and Chyna.”
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