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Blac Chyna's Sister Once Charged With Assault For Attacking 9 Months Pregnant Woman!

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Sep. 28 2016, Updated 11:07 a.m. ET

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Kris Jenner may want to check into her son Rob Kardashian's future family! has exclusively learned Blac Chyna's sister was once charged with assault when she attacked a woman who was nine months pregnant at the time – and the victim is telling all!

According to the District Court for Prince George's County in Maryland, Camille McKnight was charged with assault in the second degree on September 28, 2005 after attacking another woman.

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"We had an altercation in the parking lot of where my mother resided," victim Katina Young exclusively told "It was over a parking spot."

When McKnight began arguing with Young's friend, she intervened.

"Then her and I got into it and we got into a physical fight," she explained. "At the time I was 9 months pregnant. It was punching, the typical female fight."

When witnesses broke the women up, they filed assault charges against each other. The charges were eventually dropped on February 27, 2006.

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Despite the altercation, the victim delivered her child "fine."

McKnight was one of Chyna's three siblings who attended a family dinner on a recent episode of Rob & Chyna.

During the episode, Chyna revealed how her father has 10 daughters and two sons between the ages of 3 and 30.

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