Blac Chyna’s Lawyer Reveals Jury Verdicts Against Kardashian-Jenners

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Blac Chyna isn’t backing down. One day after a judge dismissed her $100 million defamation case in opposition to the Kardashian-Jenner household, her lawyer is hitting again with a collection of jury verdicts that declare a number of of the truth stars’ claims about Chyna, 33, had been false. Court paperwork obtained by Us Weekly corroborate her lawyer’s claims.

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“The jury reached a verdict that Kris Jenner’s statement that Chyna beat the s–t out of Rob [Kardashian]’s face was not true or substantially true,” the Lashed Cosmetics founder’s lawyer, Lynne Ciani, solely tells Us. However, the courtroom paperwork be aware that the jury did discover Kris’ assertion, “She beat the s—t out of him,” referring to Rob’s particular person normally quite than simply his face, to be true.

“The jury reached a verdict that Kylie Jenner’s statement that Chyna ‘will proceed with using and physically abusing my brother’ was not true or substantially true,” Ciani continues. The jury determined that Kylie had “reasonable grounds” for believing the assertion, the courtroom docs state.

Chyna filed a lawsuit in opposition to Kylie, 24, Kris, 66, Kim Kardashian and Khloé Kardashian in 2017, alleging that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alums sought to sabotage her actuality present, Rob & Chyna. The E! collection adopted her ups and downs with then-fiancé Rob, which, at instances, allegedly turned violent.

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(The Arthur George socks founder, 35, dismissed his domestic violence lawsuit against Chyna in February, to be able to “focus on his coparenting relationship” together with his ex for the sake of their 5-year-old daughter, Dream.)

During the mannequin’s April trial in opposition to the Kardashians stars, all four Kardashian women testified under oath. Khloé, 37, testified that she and her sisters needed to “protect” their brother from Chyna’s alleged “outrageous/chaotic/violent behavior.” Kris’ boyfriend, Corey Gamble, testified that he walked into an argument between Rob and Chyna through which he witnessed the Washington, D.C. native “hitting” the California native.

For her half, Chyna claimed the occasion through which she pointed a gun at her then-fiancé’s head was a “joke” and that she by no means meant to harm him.

“The jury reached a verdict that ALL four defendants — Kris, Kim, Khloé, and Kylie — did not act reasonably and in good faith to protect their own economic interests in the Rob & Chyna show,” Cianci tells Us, including that the jury additionally discovered that the 4 Kardashian-Jenner ladies’s “actions … were not justified with respect to Angela White’s (Blac Chyna’s) contractual relationship with E! Network.”

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Chyna’s lawyer factors to a wierd incident throughout the trial, through which a courtroom clerk “was removed from the case after openly requesting that defense counsel allow her and her adult daughter to have a special, private meeting with the four defendants — Kris, Kim, Khloé, and Kylie — and then following through with her request.”

Furthermore, Ciani claims that the Kardashians’ attorneys “intentionally violated a court order by placing naked Revenge Porn photos of Plaintiff in front of her during key cross-examination testimony, which massively triggered Plaintiff and led to her meltdown on the witness stand.”

Ultimately, Chyna’s lawyer believes her consumer was subjected to an unfair trial and plans to appeal the decision.

The Kardashian-Jenner household, nonetheless, was pleased with the outcome of the trial — through which Chyna wasn’t awarded any compensation.

“On behalf of Kris, Kim, Khloé and Kylie, we want to express our appreciation to the jury. We are also grateful for the steady hand of Judge Gregory Alarcon in making sure that this was a fair trial,” legal professionals Michael Rhodes and Michelle Doolin informed Us in an announcement on Monday, May 2. “The jury sent a clear message to Ms. White and her lawyer — I hope they are listening. Justice has prevailed.”