Black China has filed a lawsuit against Chris Jenner, Kim and Khaloe

Blac Chyna’s personal paternity business has been the talk of the town this past week. Taiga and Robert Kardashian share how they care for their children – up to a dollar for schooling. Chyna rarely responds to the hustle and bustle, but Tyga tweeted a “hum”. On Saturday, the influential brought another part of his personal life to the fore.

A Kardashian / Jenner case

Black China has revealed that it plans to sue Chris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kholo Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.

“I plan to refocus my attention on my trial against Chris Jenner and his daughters Kim, Khloe and Kylie which will begin in 13 days,” he wrote.

“When they hit my # 1 hit show in January 2017, it not only hurt me financially and emotionally, it hurt my beautiful kids,” China wrote in a statement posted on social media.

In 2018, a judge dismissed the case filed by Chyna against Kim Kay and mother Chris. In the case, Lisa Bloom, a lawyer in China at the time, argued that both women had interfered with her e-mail! Show agreement. Chyna believes the women ended her ceremony by portraying her as an incompetent mother, but the judge then disagreed that e! Don’t do such a show with the simplest rating possible.

Why China is following suit

In his statement, China stated why it wanted to pursue the case.

“I am taking them to court to stand up for my legal rights and to be an example to my children that ‘what is right is right, what is wrong is wrong.’ And what they did was very wrong,” China wrote.

He continued to express gratitude. He noted that “a jury will eventually hear what actually happened behind closed doors,” which involved lying and damage.

“At the end of the trial, I will be able to proudly tell the king and the dream that I have done what I can to correct the mistake that was made against me. And that, in life, it is my hope that they will be able to stand up for themselves when it is important, “wrote Black China.


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