Blac Chyna returned to the witness stand Thursday in her $100 million defamation lawsuit against the Kardashian-Jenner family, and the reality star got real about her personal finances.
During cross-examination, Kardashian family lawyer Michael G. Rhodes grilled Chyna, 33, about her work history and past employment contracts, Insider reports.
Chyna, real name Angela Renée White, is suing Kris Jenner and daughters Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner, accusing them of orchestrating the cancellation of her E! reality show Rob & Chyna, costing her tens of millions of dollars in income.
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Rhodes asked the model and socialite about her claim against the family and pressed her on whether she had any bank accounts or recent tax statements as evidence of her financial status.
“I don’t have any personal bank accounts,” Chyna said. She also admitted she hadn’t filed taxes since 2018.
Rob & Chyna was filmed while she was in a relationship with Rob Kardashian. Rhodes insisted Chyna willingly signed an agreement and received $100,000 to allow the show to be cancelled while filming the second season.
Chyna said that while her signature was on the document dated Feb. 21, 2017, she did not put it there. “I would never sign… for $100,000 to kill my number one show,” Chyna said. “That’s my signature, but I didn’t sign it.”
Rob & Chyna was canceled as the couple split amid a series of back-and-forth accusations. Rob said his then fiancée was cheating on him, and Chyna accused Rob of refusing to get help for his mental health issues. As the situation between them spiraled, Rob posted nude photos of Chyna on social media, and she took out a temporary restraining order against him in response.
The finale episode of their series aired in December 2016. It titled Rob & Chyna Baby Special and featured the birth of the couple’s daughter, Dream Kardashian.