The referee presiding end Blac Chyna’s lawsuit against Rob Kardashian & his household has set a trial date.

According to court documents obtained by Radar, the Los Angeles superior Court judge has actually informed the model and also the reality present family the trial will begin on April 15, 2022.

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As Radar previously reported, Chyna is suing Rob, Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian, and Khloé. She accuses them of conspiring together in an effort to convince E! execs to cancel her fact show, Rob & Chyna.

Chyna claims the household wanted her out of Rob’s life and also stopped in ~ nothing to attain their goal. She says Kris zener was the ringleader the the scheme. In court documents, she accuses Kris of creating a fake story that she had abused she then fiancé, Rob.


Kris then reportedly referred to as up Keeping Up v The Kardashians producers and told them they had a problem. Chyna states the evidence shows the momager urged the producers to ax the second season of Rob & Chyna despite the show currently receiving a greenlight.

Kris allegedly instructed her daughter Kim to monitor suit and make calls herself. Chyna says her former best friend did indeed make the calls and also even ordered her sister Kylie and Khloé to speak to producers. Throughout the calls, Khloé reportedly threatened to stop shooting Keeping Up through The Kardashians unless Chyna to be fired.

She asserted to are afraid for she brother’s safety at the time. Chyna states this is nonsense because the family knew rob was never ever injured through her. To do matters worse, Kylie apparently pitched it s her to E! execs.

Chyna claims Rob’s sister told the producer she would shoot her own life if they canceled Chyna’s second season. In she lawsuit, Chyna says she trust the family’s alleged lies about her abusing plunder have cost her millions.


The Kardashian/Jenner family has denied all allegations. They case Chyna has a effective career and also nothing they did harmed her. The next will now make their discussion in prior of a jury next year.


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