In a last-minute change, Blac Chyna settled her revenge porn lawsuit against Rob Kardashian.
The exes reached an agreement on Monday, June 20, right before jury selection was scheduled to begin in Los Angeles Superior Court, according to the Daily Mail.
Terms of the settlement were not immediately known.
The Mail reported potential jurors were already gathering at the courthouse when the settlement was announced, but neither Chyna nor Rob showed up.
Chyna, 34, said ex-fiancé Rob, 35, posted “humiliating” nude photos of her in July 2017, the year they broke up. The model and reality star filed the suit in November 2017.
The two began dating in 2016 and appeared together on the E! reality show Rob & Chyna. They are parents to five-year-old daughter Dream.
Rob & Chyna was canceled when the couple split amid a series of back-and-forth accusations. Rob said his then fiancée was cheating on him, and Chyna accused him of refusing to get help for mental health issues. As the situation between them spiraled, Rob posted nude photos of Chyna on social media. She took out a temporary restraining order against him in response and filed suit.
Last month, a jury in Los Angeles rejected Chyna’s $100 million defamation lawsuit against Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Khloé Kardashian, claiming they conspired to kill her reality-TV show.
Chyna, real name Angela Renee White, filed the lawsuit alleging the Kardashian-Jenner family made false statements that she physically assaulted Rob, leading to the cancellation of Rob & Chyna.