Kardashians blame Blac Chyna for failed reality series; accuse her of leaving Dream home to party

Keeping Up With the Klap-backs seems to be the name of the game Kim, Khloe, and the rest of the K-crew is playing with would-be sister-in-law, Blac Chyna… As the rich-b***h family has just responded to the stripper-turned-socialite’s sabotage and defamation lawsuit.


Never the squad to take legal rams laying down, the Kardashians are reportedly rebuffing the 29-year-old vixen’s claims they used their “power and influence” over the E! Network to nefariously torpedo her budding reality television career, which began on the now-canceled series Rob And Chyna.

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Per legal documents, obtained by TMZ, Dream Kardashian’s 30-year-old daddy—alongside his coined-up mom and sisters—has requested the judge toss BC’s case, claiming the real reason their show wasn’t picked up for a second season was because she secured a domestic violence restraining order against Rob, making it impossible to shoot a show centered around their interactions.

As previously reported on Cheekywiki, Rob and his beautifully buxom ex-fiancé reached a settlement in their domestic violence case, seeing Chyna drop the restraining order in exchange for her getting $20k a month in child support.

In regards to Blac Chyna’s defamation claims, the K-clique reportedly maintain that their allegations against sis were all true—including tea she left Dream at home while she went out to party.


So far Chyna has yet to publicly clap back at the Ks’ answer to her suit.

Last week, homegirl issued courtroom papers in response to Rob’s battery lawsuit against her, saying any supposed acts of violence on her part—including allegedly choking her ex with a iPhone charger cable—was done self-defense and demanded his case be dismissed.


By: Asia Grace

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