A Los Angeles judge on Monday ruled Blac Chyna will have her day in court against Rob Kardashian on her revenge porn claims, as well as her allegations that the Kar-Jenner sisters used their influence to cancel her reality T.V. show, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
In his December 17 ruling, Judge Randolph M.Hammock also ordered producers of the Rob & Chyna show and the E! Network to provide Blac Chyna documents that could be crucial in proving the sisters allegedly interfered with the airing of season two of the now-cancelled series.
The judge ordered communications from April to May 2016 between the network, Bunim-Murray producers, and the sisters to be released to Chyna and her attorneys.
A trial date also has been set for February 2020.
Lynne M. Ciani, Chyna's attorney, said this was a huge win for her client.
"Chyna is extremely happy that she will have her day in court," Ciani told Radar exclusively after Monday's hearing. "This has been very hard fought and we are very grateful that the judge sees the validity of our point. Chyna will have her chance to testify in front of a jury of her peers and have her side of the story told in court."
As Radar readers know, Chyna filed the case against ex Robert Kardashian, mom Kris Jenner, and sisters Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kendall for defamation, interference with her contract related to the Rob & Chyna show, and domestic violence and distribution of private materials against Rob.
Chyna and her attorneys claim the sisters interfered with Chyna's show contract and maneuvered to place another reality show starring Kylie in that same time slot, causing the cancellation of Rob & Chyna after just one season.
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