More bad news for Blac Chyna.
According to TMZ, the model-turned-reality TV star is close to losing her lawsuit against the Kardashians. Chyna took legal action against the family back in October 2017, claiming Kim, Kris, Khloe, Kylie, and her baby daddy Rob intentionally sabotaged her E! series, Rob & Chyna.
TMZ reports the suit’s primary claim will likely get tossed, as the judge isn’t convinced of Chyna’s argument. As you might recall, Chyna has accused the Kardashian klan of using their influence at the E! network to harm her career. Legal documents read:
The unwritten rule no one told (her) when she began her relationship with Kardashian is that the entire family will come after you if you leave. Using their fame, wealth and power to take you down, including getting your television show canceled (despite great ratings), spreading lies about you, and even funding a bogus lawsuit about a crumbled gingerbread house." Of course that can't be said for Scott Disick or Lamar Odom, who continue to make appearances in the Kardashians' lives despite “leaving the family.”
According to the gossip site, the judge says the Kardashians are not to blame for her show’s cancelation, and that the network had the contractual right to pull the plug. Chyna reportedly argued that E! “had ‘effectively’ exercised the option for season 2 when” it announced the show’s return and began shooting scenes. The judge still wasn’t buying it, and reportedly told Chyna to provide some sort of written evidence to prove E!’s obligation to deliver a second season.
Though things aren’t looking too good for Chyna, TMZ reports she still has the option to amend the suit. As previously reported, Chyna is also suing the family for defamation among other complaints, so she still has a chance to secure a win in court.
2018 has been a pretty rough year for Chyna. The mother of two has faced a number of high profile scandals, including a sex tape leak and a physical altercation that occurred at a Six Flags. The latter incident reportedly killed Chyna’s endorsement deal with the stroller company Momiie.