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Kris Jenner Claims Blac Chyna Attempted to Murder Rob Kardashian



Kris Jenner Claims Blac Chyna Attempted to Murder Rob Kardashian

Kris Jenner broke down in court yesterday while being questioned by Blac Chyna’s attorney. Chyna is suing the Kardashian’s for $100 million claiming defamation and other allegations. 

The incident that got the matriarch emotional involved Blac putting a gun to her son Rob Kardashian’s head. 

“She said it was funny, Chyna said it was funny, a joke. It’s not funny.” 

She also went on to compare the incident with one that occurred in Paris in 2016 when her daughter, Kim Kardashian, was robbed at gunpoint at Hotel de Pourtales. 

“I have horrible memories of being in Paris with my daughter outside an apartment,” she said. 

There are also reports that Blac made death threats against Kylie Jenner and rapper Tyga as well. Kylie dated Tyga in 2014 shortly after he broke up with Chyna. 

The attorney asked why Kris had never called the police about Chyna’s threats to which she replied, “There was a lot of drama, which I’m used to in my family”. 

She also said that she didn’t take the threats seriously at the time. 

Blac Chyna launched the lawsuit as she felt the Kardashians are responsible for her reality show with Rob being canceled in 2016. It was a spin off from KUWTV and ran for just one season before it was canceled by the E! Network. 

Chyna claims that she was guaranteed $92,000 per episode for the show and that it was due to run for eight installments. She alleges that the Kardashians pulled the series, preventing her from earning that money. 

The Kardashians have reportedly filed a motion demanding that “any conversation or evidence regarding their wealth or financial condition should be banned from the jury trial.”

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They have also denied all claims Blac Chyna made against them and have asserted she is financially viable through various channels including her successful OnlyFans page.

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